Preliminary vote counting for election of Chief Executive election committee members completed


The voting procedure for the election of members of the Fourth Chief Executive Election Committee has been completed. A total of 4,505 qualified legal persons have voted, representing a turnout of 82.69 percent. The Electoral Affairs Committee for the Election of the Chief Executive tonight announced the preliminary result of the election of Chief Executive election committee members that there were 4,237 ballots, recording a voting rate of 94.05%, and there were 70 blank votes and 198 invalid votes. In accordance with the provision of the Chief Executive Election Law, on the day following the election day for the Chief Executive Election Committee (providing all election procedures are completed during the election day), the General Audit Committee will start its general audit process on the preliminary voting results provided by the election committee on the election day. The general audit results will be announced by the chairman of the General Audit Committee and will be immediately made available to the public through a notice published within the office premises of the Public Administration and Civil Service Bureau. After the general audit process is completed, the election results will be submitted to the Court of Final Appeal within the following two days. Within three days after receiving confirmation of the election results from the Court of Final Appeal, the Administration Committee will publish the list of Chief Executive Election Committee members in the Macao SAR Gazette. Please refer to the attachment for the list of candidates from all sectors and sub-sectors, and their numbers of votes received. The seats are allocated to each sector or sub-sector in the election committee as follows: Sector 1: Industrial, Commercial and Financial (120 seats for non-competitive election) Sector 2: Cultural, Educational, Professional and Sport (115 seats)
 Cultural sub-sector (26 seats for non-competitive election);
 Educational sub-sector (29 seats for competitive election, with two candidates more than the available seats);
 Professional sub-sector (43 seats for non-competitive election);
 Sport sub-sector (17 seats for competitive election, with two candidates more than the available seats). Sector 3: Labour, Social Services and Religious (115 seats)
 Labour sub-sector (59 seats for competitive election, with four candidates more than the available seats);
 Social Services sub-sector (50 seats for non-competitive election);
 Religious sub-sector (Two seats for representatives of Catholicism, two seats for Buddhism, one seat for Protestantism and one seat for Taoism; representatives are to be determined through consultations within each religious community). Sector 4: Members of the Legislative Assembly, Deputies of the Macao SAR to the National People's Congress, and Members of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference in Macao (50 seats)
 Representatives of Legislative Assembly members (22 seats for election among members);  Deputies of the Macao SAR to the National People's Congress (12 seats for Ex-officio members);
 Representatives of members of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference in Macao (16 seats for election among members).



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