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About Government

Chief Executive、Principal Officials、Legislature and Judiciary

Chief Executive

Chui Sai On

Mr Chui Sai On has been reappointed as the fourth-term Chief Executive of the Macao Special Administrative Region. After winning the election for the fourth-term Chief Executive on 31 August 2014, by receiving an overwhelming percentage of votes, Mr Chui was officially appointed by the State Council as the Chief Executive-elect of the fourth-term Chief Executive of the Macao SAR on 17 September. He received the Order of Appointment of the State Council from Premier Li Keqiang on 22 September, and assumed office on 20 December 2014.

Mr Chui was elected the third-term Chief Executive of the Macao SAR on 26 July 2009, also by receiving a high percentage of votes, and assumed office on 20 December of the same year.

Chui Sai On was born in Macao in 1957. His nationality is Chinese. After he had completed his secondary education at Ling Nam School in Macao, he continued his studies in the United States of America and graduated from the California State University of Sacramento with a bachelor degree in Community Health with honor. He then obtained his Master degree and Doctor degree of Public Health at the School of Public Health, University of Oklahoma, U.S.A.

President of the Legislative Assembly

President of the Court of Final Appeal

Prosecutor General of the Public Prosecutions Office

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