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2018-12-16 (All day)

Executive Committee Election was held in 13th Annual General Meeting. Alan Leong and Hon Alvin Yeung were re-elected as the Party Chairman and the Party Leader respectively.
 

2016-11-30 (All day)

Protested against Beijing’s interpretation of the Basic Law for the 5th time by a Silent March organized by Dennis Kwok, Legislative Councillor of the Legal Constituency.

 

2016-11-19 (All day)

Executive Committee Election was held in 11th Annual General Meeting. Alan Leong and Hon Alvin Yeung were elected as the Party Chairman and the Party Leader respectively.

 

2016-09-04 (All day)

Civic Party won six seats in each of five geographical constituencies and in Legal functional constituency in the 2016 Legislative Council Election.

 

2016-02-28 (All day)

Alvin Yeung, with 160,880 votes, won the 2016 Legislative Council New Territories East By-election.

 

2015-11-23 (All day)

25 candidates were fielded to participate in 10 constituencies of the 2015 District Council Election. 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)

Vetoed the 2015 Political Reform Package which denied universal suffrage to Hongkongers.

 

2014-12-06 (All day)

Executive Committee Election was held in the 9th Annual General Meeting. Audrey Eu and Hon Alan Leong was elected as the Party Chairman and the Party Leader respectively.

 

2014-09-30 (All day)

Tear gas fired at Hongkongers protesting against the denial of universal suffrage to Hong Kong. Civic Party demanded Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying to resign and overthrew the ‘8.31 Decision’ made by the National People's Congress.

 

2014-09-06 (All day)

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

 

2014-06-27 (All day)

Dennis Kwok, the Legislative Councillor of the Legal constituency, and 29 members from Legal Subsector organized a Silent March to protest against Beijing asserting overall control in HK by publication of 2014 White Paper.

 

2014-04-27 (All day)

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

 

2014-01-16 (All day)

Civic Party and Hong Kong 2020 co-published the document ‘Finding the Right Path to Universal Suffrage’

 

2012-12-01 (All day)

Executive Committee Election was held in the 7th Annual General Meeting. Audrey Eu and Hon Alan Leong were elected as the Party Chairman and Party Leader respectively.

 

2012-09-09 (All day)

Civic Party won six seats in each of five geographical constituencies and a seat in Legal functional constituency in the 2012 Legislative Council Election.

 

2011-11-06 (All day)

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

 

2011-07-15 (All day)

Party Leader Alan Leong and Executive Committee Dennis Kwok visited the United States of America and Canada. During their visit, they met Carolyn Bartholomew, former Vice-Chairman of the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission of the Congress. Alan Leong also spoke at the Heritage Foundation on Hong Kong’s Future.

 

2011-04-16 (All day)

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

 

2011-03-03 (All day)

Submitted 60 amendments on the proposed constitutional reform to ensure that all reform proposals must have the goals of universal suffrage on Chief Executive election and abolish Legislative Council functional constituencies. However, all amendments were vetoed.

 

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 the 5th Annual General Meeting. Dr. Chan Ka Lok and Hon Alan Leong were elected as the Party Chairman and the Party Leader respectively.

 

2010-06-22 (All day)

Audrey EU debated Donald Tsang on proposed political reform package 2010.

 

2010-04-07 (All day)

Alan Leong and Tanya Chan were re-elected in the ‘Five Constituencies Referendum’

 

2010-01-26 (All day)

Hon Alan Leong and Hon Tanya Chan resigned to initiate the 2010 Legislative Council By-election, also known as ‘Five Constituencies Referendum’

 

2009-09-13 (All day)

Participated in the march organized by the Hong Kong Journalists Association to protest against Xinjiang police brutality on three Hong Kong journalists covering the unrest in the autonomous region.

 

2009-07-26 (All day)

Together with the Joint Hong Kong NGOs delegates, Civic Party Legislator Margaret Ng and human rights policy champion, Medeleine Mok attended the United Nations hearing on racial discrimination at Geneva.

 

2008-12-06 (All day)

The third Annual General Meeting was held. Kuan Hsin Chi and Audrey Eu Yuet Mee were re-elected as Party Chairman and Party Leader respectively.

 

2008-09-07 (All day)

Civic Party won five seats in the 2008 Legislative Council Election.

 

2007-03-25 (All day)

Mr. Donald Tsang was elected the Chief Executive by the Election Committee. Hon. Alan Leong obtained 5,100 out of 8,000 votes casted in a civil referendum project.

 

2007-03-01 (All day)

Hon. Alan Leong and Mr. Donald Tsang, the incumbent and candidate blessed by Beijing, participated in the first televised live debate of the Chief Executive Election in Hong Kong history, followed by another debate two weeks later. The debates were not only watched by 2.3 million local viewers but were also transmitted to the Southern China provinces.

 

2006-10-03 (All day)

Nominated Hon. Alan Leong to participate in the Chief Executive Election of the HKSAR to be held in the following year, leading to the historical first challenge by the civil society on the position of the Chief Executive of Hong Kong.

 

2006-03-19 (All day)

The Party was established by more than 100 Founding Members, with Prof. Kuan Hsin-chi as the Chairman and Hon. Audrey Eu as the Leader.

 

2003-07-01 (All day)

Party Founders, Alan LEONG and Audrey EU, together with over 500,000 people, took part in the 2003 July 1 Rally to protest against the National Security Bill.