Both groups are headed by media personalities, and want to focus on housing, traffic, employment and similar problems plaguing Macao.
The first Shanghai-Macao Cooperation Conference was set up to allow for high-level cooperation and dialogue between the two cities.
Candidates promise to focus on issues such as housing, traffic, care of the elderly and integration with the Greater Bay Area.
Judges rule that the vigil would broach Macao law; organisers say they will hold the event online instead.
The inaugural Shanghai-Macao Cooperation Conference is set to cover financial services, the MICE industry and education and youth affairs.
The Court of Second Instance ruled that he should again be tried at first instance for crimes of passive corruption, money laundering and abuse of power.
Lawmaker complains that police refusal to grant permission is due to political considerations and has nothing to do with Covid-19 control measures.
Commission Against Corruption promises to pursue its mission, while paying extra attention to cracking down on use of government subsidies.
Few complaints are serious, but the CCAC will continue to monitor the situation to ensure this autumn’s voting proceeds smoothly.
As preparations for Legislative Assembly elections take shape, commissioner urges voters to update their personal details.
The Macao government has set up a committee to strengthen the integration of the special administrative region with Chinese development.
Tourism, new technology, TCM and cultural development are just some of the potential areas for cooperation under discussion.
Urban planning, illegal inns, sham marriages and other issues affecting daily life will be the cornerstone of the association’s campaign.
Tourism is one of the main areas for growth, as both Hainan and Macao share a reputation as a prime leisure destination.
The bill also proposes making the national flag and emblem part of primary and secondary school teaching, while media outlets may have to assist with related promotional campaigns.
As the National Security Education Exhibition opens, CE speaks of the need to improve legal system and oppose interference by external forces.
Government aims to strike the right balance in housing the public, senior citizens, the sandwich class and the private sector.
Non-establishment lawmakers lament that assembly ignores ordinary residents’ livelihoods and daily life issues like Covid-19 relief measures.
China has fulfilled ‘in good faith’ its commitments to Macao’s transition – including press freedom – says Portuguese parliament.
Chairman says upcoming gaming concessions will be an area of concern, as will employees’ benefits and job prospects.
CAEAL president admits previous remarks did not distinguish between news reporting and electioneering, allaying concerns over press freedom.
Neither gaming nor junket operators may get involved in the election process, and the ban extends to their staff who are not even allowed to store campaign material at work.
As many as six journalists are believed to have resigned from TDM since the ‘patriotism’ directive.
Warning comes days after CE undertakes Macao will be ruled by ‘patriots’.
Electoral affairs chief explains each voter backing candidacy list nomination must sign separate paper.