George Huang (politician)

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George Huang
Huang Shih-cheng
黃石城
Chairman of the Central Election Commission
In office
17 December 1999 – 16 June 2004
Preceded byHuang Chu-wen
Succeeded byChang Cheng-hsiung
In office
30 July 1994 – 16 June 1995
Preceded byWu Po-hsiung
Succeeded byHuang Kun-huei
Changhua County Magistrate
In office
20 December 1981 – 20 December 1989
Preceded byWu Jung-hsing
Succeeded byChou Ching-yu
Personal details
Born(1935-08-27)27 August 1935
Ōmura, Inrin, Taichū Prefecture, Taiwan, Empire of Japan (today Dacun, Changhua County, Taiwan)
Died6 May 2022(2022-05-06) (aged 86)
NationalityTaiwanese
Political partyIndependent
Occupationpolitician

George Huang (Chinese: 黃石城; 27 August 1935 – 6 May 2022) was a Taiwanese politician. He served two consecutive terms as Changhua County Magistrate from 1981 to 1989 and also chaired the Central Election Commission twice from 1994 to 1995 and between 1999 and 2004.

Huang's daughter, Lisa, has served on the Legislative Yuan.[1] His son David has worked for the Mainland Affairs Council.[2][3] Outside of politics, Huang served as president of the Chinese Taipei Soccer Association.[4] He also wrote for the Taipei Times.[5][6] Huang died on 6 May 2022, aged 88.[7]

References

  1. ^ Wang, Chris (8 July 2014). "'Green split' has no place in decision on Changhua: Huang". Taipei Times. Retrieved 5 April 2017.
  2. ^ "Huang to join the MAC". Taipei Times. 20 September 2004. Retrieved 5 April 2017.
  3. ^ "New MAC chief Huang is no stranger to politics". Taipei Times. 24 October 2004. Retrieved 5 April 2017.
  4. ^ Phipps, Gavin (5 December 2001). "Women's football coming home to Asia". Taipei Times. Retrieved 5 April 2017.
  5. ^ Huang, George (27 September 2016). "Abolishing reward positions is overdue". Taipei Times. Retrieved 5 April 2017.
  6. ^ Huang, Shih-cheng (31 July 2014). "Regulations on polling supervisors need change". Taipei Times. Retrieved 5 April 2017.
  7. ^ 賴, 于榛; 溫, 貴香 (7 May 2022). "前中選會主委黃石城辭世享壽88歲 政治生涯堅持無黨無派" (in Chinese). Central News Agency. Retrieved 15 May 2022.