The Macau government has confirmed that Adriano Marques Ho will continue as DICJ director for two more years.
Macau.- Adriano Marques Ho will continue as director of Macau’s Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) until 2023.
The current DICJ director was appointed last May to replace Paulo Martins Chan after he resigned from the position.
He will start a new term on June 10. The Office of the Secretary for Economy praised Ho’s skills and experience.
Ho was previously an advisor to the Secretary for Security and worked in the Macao Sub-Bureau of INTERPOL’s China National Central Bureau.
One of the main tasks Ho will have in the next two years is an analysis of Macau’s gaming licence criteria and gaming laws as Macau’s current casino licences are due to expire in June 2022.
Public consultation on an amendment of Macau’s gaming law will be held after legislative elections on September 12.