Fong Man Chong says…

Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Issue 878, Page 2
Word count: 198
Published in: Macau Daily Times

By Poyi (Natalie) Leung

Born in 1966 in mainland China, Fong Man Chong completed Bachelor of Laws and Master of Laws degrees at the University of Macau, and also Doctor of Laws specializing in administrative law at the People’s University of China in Beijing. He received practical training for judges in 1996 and two years later was officially appointed a judge. He had worked at the Ordinary Court, Criminal Pre-trial Court and the Administrative Court. He was the president of the collegiate bench at the Primary Court before having been prompted to be a judge at the Court of Second Instance this month. Since the establishment of the Macau SAR, he was the president of the Electoral Affairs Commission for the three Legislative Assembly elections.

Mr Fong said yesterday over the past decade Macau had established a strong foundation in integrity construction which also gained the public support. He said that he will continue the CCAC’s spirit to combat corruption and strengthen publicity and education against corruption. After he settles into the new post, he said he will retain the “good traditions from the past” but also look for “innovative changes” in order to set up an effective integrity system in Macau.


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