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2016-11-19 (All day)

Executive Committee Election was held in Civic Party’s 11th Annual General Meeting. Alan Leong was elected as the Party Chairman, Hon Alvin Yeung as the Party Leader.

2016-09-04 (All day)

 2016 LegCo election - Civic Party won six seats in each of five geographical constituencies and in Legal functional constituency: Tanya Chan (Hong Kong Island), Jeremy Tam Man Ho (Kowloon East), Claudia Mo Man Ching (Kowloon West), Alvin Yeung Ngok Kiu (New Territories East), Kwok Ka Ki (New Territories West) and Dennis Kwok Wing Hang (Legal).

 

2016-02-28 (All day)

Civic Party Alvin Yeung won in the Legislative Council New Territories East By-election with 160,880 votes received.

 

2015-12-20 (All day)

Civic Party was held the 10th Annual General Meeting (AGM), members agreed unanimously to endorse Alvin Yeung to represent the Civic Party in the 2016 Legislative Council By-election (New Territories East Geographical Constituency).

2015-11-23 (All day)

25 candidates were fielded by the Party to participate in 10 constituencies of the District Council Election 2015. 10 of them won a seat that included 5 people re-elected, 1 people succeeded , and 4 people got new seats.

 

2015-06-18 (All day)

Civic Party 6 Legislators vetoed the Political Reform Proposal in Legislative Council Chamber.

 

2014-12-06 (All day)

Executive Committee Election was held in Civic Party’s 9th Annual General Meeting. Audrey Eu was elected as the Party Chairman, Hon Alan Leong as the Party Leader.

 

2014-09-30 (All day)

Police fired tear gas on September 28 to disperse Occupy Central protesters. Civic Party has made a strongly request for Leung Chun Ying’s resignation and rejected the “8.31 Decision” by the National People's Congress.

 

2014-09-06 (All day)

Civic Party supports the “Yellow Ribbon Action” initiated by Civil Human Rights Front and set up street booths at districts to distribute yellow ribbons representing brightness and hope in our road to fight for universal suffrage.

 

2014-06-27 (All day)

LegCo Councillors (Legal) Dennis Kwok and 29 members from Legal Subsector organized a Silent March in opposition to a recent white paper published by the State Council.

 

2014-04-27 (All day)

Civic Party Peter Yu won in the Islands District Council (Tung Chung North) By-election with 1,330 votes received.

 

2014-04-11 (All day)

Civic Party was held 8th Anniversary Fundraising Dinner.

 

2014-01-06 (All day)

Civic Party and Hong Kong 2020 were held a joint press conference to publish the document “Finding the Right Path to Universal Suffrage”.

 

2013-04-28 (All day)

Civic Party set up fundraising booths of the earthquake in Sichuan Ya’an. All donations were passed to Oxfam Hong Kong and The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation.

 

2013-04-19 (All day)

Civic Party was held 7th Anniversary Fundraising Dinner.

 

2013-02-08 (All day)

Civic Party launched a campaign “I welcome Leung Chun Yin to sue me for libel” to protest Chief Executive Leung Chun Ying sued Mr. Lian Yi-zheng for defamation of him.

 

2013-02-04 (All day)

Kick-off of Chinese New Year Stall in Victoria Park.

 

2012-12-01 (All day)

Executive Committee Election was held in Civic Party’s 7th Annual General Meeting. Audrey Eu was elected as the Party Chairman, Hon Alan Leong as the Party Leader.

2012-09-09 (All day)

2012 LegCo election - Civic Party won six seats in each of five geographical constituencies and in Legal functional constituency: Chan Ka Lok (Hong Kong Island), Alan Leong Kah Kit (Kowloon East), Claudia Mo Man Ching (Kowloon West), Ronny Tong Ka Wah (New Territories East), Kwok Ka Ki (New Territories West) and Dennis Kwok Wing Hang (Legal).

2011-12-11 (All day)

The Party recommended 28 candidates to contest for seats in the Election Committee that was responsible for nominating candidates and casting votes in the Chief Executive Election. 24 of the candidates won in the Election.

2011-11-06 (All day)

41 candidates were fielded by the Party to participate in 16 constituencies of the District Council Election, 7 of them won a seat (all re-elected).

2011-08-15 (All day)

Issued statement regarding to Civic Party’s position towards the non-Hong Kong residents to apply right of abode in Hong Kong. Also, we sent two letters to Mr. Donald Tsang, Chief Executive and Mr. Wong Yan Lung, Secretary of Justice for their immediate response to the questions raised by the society.

2011-07-31 (All day)

Initiated the “One person, One Email” movement to press for the Withdrawal of the proposed Replacement Bill to scrap by-elections

2011-07-15 (All day)

Alan Leong, Party Leader and Dennis Kwok, Party Exco started the Tour in United States and Canada, and met with the councilmen concerning Chinese and Hong Kong issues, and also they met with the Chinese American & Chinese Canadian to introduce the work of Civic Party.

2011-07-03 (All day)

NTW Branch hosted the “Tung Chung Planning Day” to construct a platform for public participation to design the future of Tung Chung.

2011-07-01 (All day)

Participated in the 1 July March to against the evil legislation and fight for the right to vote. We urge the government to withdraw the replacement mechanism and had public consultation.

2011-06-26 (All day)

Together with various civil organizations for a Roundtable Meeting on Moral and National Education. A general worry towards national education is that it would be a mean to brainwash the students

2011-06-13 (All day)

Alan Leong, Party Leader, Dr. Kwok Ka Ki, Party Exco met with the Chief Executive of Housing Authority and Cluster Service Director to discuss Medical Policy

2011-06-06 (All day)

Voter registration kick-off

2011-06-04 (All day)

Joined the Candlelight Vigil for the 22nd Anniversary of June 4.

2011-05-14 (All day)

5th Anniversary Special “Habour Evening Cruise” was held with the participation of around 150 members and friends.

2011-05-03 (All day)

Alan Leong, Party Leader, Dr. Kwok Ka Ki, Party Exco and Sumly Chan, Chairman of NTW District Branch met with the Director of Housing to discuss local housing policy

2011-04-16 (All day)

To celebrate the 5th anniversary of Party’s Foundation, held its first “Eat-local-drink-HK” Fundraising Dinner.

2011-04-10 (All day)

co-organized the “Strive for a Budget with Vision” Rally to urge the government for long-term policy to solve the gap-between the rich and the poor.

2011-04-01 (All day)

participated “Lie-down protest in Meifoo” to against developer hegemony. On the same theme, Young Civics had a two-day sleepover protest outside Cheung Kong Center.

2011-03-31 (All day)

The Party published its first policy paper: Towards a Sustainable and Open Electricity Market.

2011-03-07 (All day)

Established the Gender Equality Study Group and commence a study named “Caring about Carers”.

2011-03-03 (All day)

Submitted 60 amendments towards the Bill of local legislation for constitutional reform, all reform proposals must have the goals of universal suffrage for Chief Executive and abolish functional constituencies. However, all amendments were vetoed.

2011-02-28 (All day)

Disappointed by the Budget 2011-2012, had several petitions in Central and co-organised the “Say No to the short-sighted Budget” Rally together with other pan-democrats.

2011-02-17 (All day)

Had a signature event to urge the Central Government to release Chen Guang Cheng, a Shandong blind human rights activist.

2011-02-09 (All day)

Published the opinion towards the “Study on the Action Plan for the Bay Area of the Pearl River Estuary” with other civil organizations.

2011-02-08 (All day)

Established the “Government Hill Concern Group” with other civil organizations to follow-up the conversation and development of “Government Hill” project.

2011-01-28 (All day)

Kick-off of Chinese New Year Stall in Victoria Park

2011-01-19 (All day)

Follow-up with the Icon (38 Conduit Road, Mid-levels) Incident, and urge the government to administer unfair trade practices of the property developers

2011-01-13 (All day)

Had a petition outside Legco before Q&A session of the Chief Executive to urge the government to allow overseas democrats’ entry to Hong Kong to attend memorial activities of Mr. Sze-to Wah, and against the bid to host Asian Games.

2011-01-10 (All day)

Party Leader Alan Leong attended the “Democracy Building in Interesting Times” Symposium in Taipei

2011-01-08 (All day)

Executive Committee Election was held in Civic Party’s 5th Annual General Meeting. Dr. Chan Ka Lok was elected as the Party Chairman, Hon Alan Leong as the Party Leader.

2009-12-05 (All day)

The motion to authorize the Executive Committee to adopt the “5 district resignation, by-elections” proposal as a strategy to real universal suffrage was passed by majority members at the AGM.

2009-11-08 (All day)

To raise fund and increase the awareness for animal rights, CP held the “Love to Walk with You” walkathon.
Mid November – December: The government released the political reform proposal which has not included the roadmap for universal suffrage. CP held rallies and marches to protest against the proposal.

2009-11-05 (All day)

Released the survey result about the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link project. Alan Leong, Legislator, pointed out that Hong Kong people are very concerned about the location of the station and the worthiness of the huge project costs.