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Latest revision as of 17:31, 1 July 2020

The Right Honourable
Wong Teng Boon
黃鼎文
MP
Official portrait of Wong Teng Boon
Prime Minister of Hokoan
In office
3 February 2014 - 7 October 2017
President Wellington Lee
Predecessor Office established
Successor Judy Teng
Leader of the National Party of Hokoan
In office
11 December 2013 - 7 October 2017
Predecessor Office established
Successor Judy Teng
Member of Parliament
for Sai Kong
Assumed office
11 December 2013
Predecessor Position created
Personal information
Born 20 January 1991
Flag of Malaysia.png Kuching, Malaysia
Nationality Flag of Hokoan.png Republic of Hokoan
Ethnicity Malaysian Chinese
Political party National Party of Hokoan
Spouse(s) Elizabeth Wong (m. 2013)
Religion Buddhism
Signature
Military service
Allegiance Flag of Malaysia.png Malaysia
Service/branch Naval Ensign of Malaysia.png Royal Malaysian Navy
Rank Junior Seaman

Wong Teng Boon, (Chinese: 黃鼎文; born 20 January 1991) is a Hokoanese politician and former Prime Minister of Hokoan from 2014 to 2017, as Leader of the National Party of Hokoan. In 2014, Wong became the country's first prime minister after the declaration of independence in Hokoan. On 7 October 2017, after a leadership spill, Wong lost the leadership of the National Party to Judy Teng. His resignation as prime minister took effect the following day.

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