Final list of CEC

15 December, 2012

Final list of 20 elected members of the Central Executive Committee, the highest decision-making body of the Democratic Party.

The 20 CEC members will elect the office-bearers from among themselves in a closed-door meeting.

Vote-counting proceeded while the Congress was closed at 6pm today after 1,823 of the 2,576 eligible delegates from 1,128 branches nationwide voted for the 61 candidates. Five candidates withdrew from the contest. DAP has 150,000 paid members nationwide.

NAME OF CANDIDATES NO OF VOTES
1 LIM KIT SIANG 1607
2 LIM GUAN ENG 1576
3 KARPAL SINGH 1411
12 CHONG CHIENG JEN 1211
4 LOKE SIEW FOOK (ANTHONY) 1202
5 WU HIM VEN (VINCENT) 1202
6 TAN KOK WAI 1199
7 GOBIND SINGH DEO 1197
8 PUA KIAM WEE (TONY) 1162
9 TENG CHANG KHIM 1152
10 FONG KUI LUN 1137
11 NGA KOR MING 1075
13 CHONG ENG 1006
14 CHOW KON YEOW 986
15 LIEW CHIN TONG 984
16 M. KULA 984
17 BOO CHENG HAU 958
18 KOK SUH SIM (TERESA) 925
19 TEO NIE CHING 903
20 NGEH KOO HAM 824
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