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Civic Party Urges Withdrawal of Replacement Mechanism

 

The massive turnout on July 1st this year has already sent a clear message that the government should withdraw the bill to scrap by-elections.

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Civic Pary's statement regarding Recent Judicial Review on the Right of Abode of Foreign Domestic Helpers

 

Re: Recent Judicial Review on the Right of Abode of
Foreign Domestic Helpers

In the light of some recent media reports stating that the Civic Party has been involved in a judicial review case concerning the right of abode of foreign domestic helpers, the Civic Party wishes to clarify that:

Ganbare Nippon! Candlelight Vigil

 

Ganbare Nippon! Candlelight Vigil

Mar 27 (Sun) 8pm – 915pm
Statue Square, Central

The Civic Party Executive Committee Members (Year 2010-11)

 

The Civic Party Executive Committee Members (Year 2010-11)

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Congratulations on the safe rescue of 33 miners

 

Congratulations on the safe rescue of 33 miners

Regarding to the recent safe rescue of the all 33 miners who were trapped underground for more than 2 months, the Civic Party is impressed by the determination and unity of Chilean Government, and has sent its warmest congratulations to the Chile Consulate General, Hong Kong. Details please refer to the attachment.

Civic Party’s response to the Policy Address 2010-11

 

The measures in the Policy Address are not far reaching enough to address the deep rooted problems like housing or poverty alleviation.  The government has ignored the consensus to resume building HOS flats, and proposes “My Home Purchase Plan” instead.  It will create new time bombs and delay the problem as those in the scheme will be kicked out of their homes after five years when they cannot afford to buy in a rising property market.

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Civic Party’s response to the Policy Address 2010-11

 

The measures in the Policy Address are not far reaching enough to address the deep rooted problems like housing or poverty alleviation.  The government has ignored the consensus to resume building HOS flats, and proposes “My Home Purchase Plan” instead.  It will create new time bombs and delay the problem as those in the scheme will be kicked out of their homes after five years when they cannot afford to buy in a rising property market.

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Civic Party’s response to the Policy Address 2010-11

 

The measures in the Policy Address are not far reaching enough to address the deep rooted problems like housing or poverty alleviation.  The government has ignored the consensus to resume building HOS flats, and proposes “My Home Purchase Plan” instead.  It will create new time bombs and delay the problem as those in the scheme will be kicked out of their homes after five years when they cannot afford to buy in a rising property market.

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CP expectations on 2010-2011 Policy Address

 

1. Legislative Councilors of the Party had a meeting with Chief Executive Donald Tsang on Sept 14 (Tuesday) and proposed about 260 suggestions for Mr. Tsang’s October policy address.

2. The Civic Party wants the government to stop adopting a book keeper mentality and urges it to act responsibly in managing public finance. The government should utilize fiscal reserves to invest in society and increase welfare expenditure.

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