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Macau regulator’s deputy director takes unpaid leave

The official will return to his previous position
The official will return to his previous position

The Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau has announced its deputy director, Leong Man Ion, has taken unpaid leave.

Macau.- The deputy director of the gaming regulator authority, Leong Man Ion, has stepped down from his position and has taken unpaid leave.

The Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) published the information in an dispatch to the government’s Official Gazette.

The notice was part of an announcement saying Mr Leong had been granted long-term unpaid leave, from 25 March 2021 to 20 October, 2022.

It gave no explanation for Mr Leong’s unpaid leave.

According to the Official Gazette, Mr Leong will no longer work as the DICJ’s deputy director, and will return to his previous position at the regulator as a senior technical advisor, starting from 7 January 2021.

Mr Leong – who was trained as an accountant and auditor – was first appointed deputy director of the gaming regulator in January 2009. He joined the body in 1990.

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