Goh Chok Tong

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Isa itong pangalang Tsino; ang apelyido ay Goh.
Goh Chok Tong
吴作栋
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Goh Chok Tong speaking to a reporter outside The Pentagon, United States on 14 June 2001
Senior Minister
In office
12 August 2004 – 21 May 2011
Serving with S. Jayakumar
PresidentS.R. Nathan (1 September 1999-31 August 2011)
Punong MinistroLee Hsien Loong (2004-present)
Nakaraang sinundanLee Kuan Yew
Sinundan niPosition abolished
Prime Minister of Singapore
Elections: 1991, 1997, 2001
In office
28 November 1990 – 12 August 2004
PresidentPadron:List collapsed
DeputyPadron:List collapsed
Nakaraang sinundanLee Kuan Yew
Sinundan niLee Hsien Loong
General Secretary of the People's Action Party
In office
November 1992 – December 2004
Nakaraang sinundanLee Kuan Yew
Sinundan niLee Hsien Loong
Member of Parliament
for Marine Parade GRC
(Marine Parade)
Marine Parade (1976-1988)
Unang araw ng panunungkulan
23 December 1976
Pansariling detalye
Ipinanganak (1941-05-20) 20 Mayo 1941 (edad 78)
Singapore, British Empire
Partidong pampolitikaPeople's Action Party
(Mga) AsawaTan Choo Leng
Children2
Alma materUniversity of Singapore,
Williams College

Si Goh Chok Tong (ipinanganak noong 20 Mayo 1941) ay isang politikong Singaporean. Siya ay kasapi ng People's Action Party (PAP) at naglingkod bilang ikalawang Punong Ministro ng Singapore noong 28 Nobyembre 1990 na humalili kay Lee Kuan Yew. Siya ay naglingkod sa posisyong ito hanggang noong 12 Agosto 2004 pagkatapos magbitiw at hinalinhan ni Lee Hsien Loong. Nagsilbi siyang Nakakatandang Ministro hanggang Mayo 2011 at Chairman ng Monetary Authority Of Singapore (MAS). Siya ay nananatiling isang Member of Parliament (MP) na kumakatawan sa Marine Parade Group Representation Constituency at humahawak ng pamagat na honoraryong "Emeritus Senior Minister".

Goh Chok Tong
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  1. Asiaweek, Volume 20, Publisher Asiaweek Ltd., 1994, p. 20, ...few non-communist leaders have admitted to not believing in Goh, though Goh Chok Thong came close.