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Hong Kong marks the beginning of the new democratic movement with half a million votes

 

Hong Kong marks the beginning of the new democratic movement
with half a million votes

The total number of votes cast for the 5 Civic Party and League of Social Democrats candidates as well as the 5 Tertiary 2012 candidates totaled 500,787.  Each vote represented a clear determination in support of the issue “Implementation of Universal Suffrage and Abolition of Functional Constituencies without Delay”.  We are deeply grateful for and encouraged by their votes.

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Joint Statement by Tertiary 2012 (“T12”) and the Joint Committee of the 5 District Referendum Movement (“Joint Committee”)

 

May 16 – 5 District Referendum Movement
One Person One Vote for the Abolition of Functional Constituencies -
Joint Statement by Tertiary 2012 (“T12”) and
the Joint Committee of the 5 District Referendum Movement (“Joint Committee”)
20 April 2010

Response to Li Fei : What is not legally binding does not mean it is illegal

 

Response to Li Fei : What is not legally binding does not mean it is illegal

Li Fei, Deputy Director of the Legislative Affairs Commission of the National People's Congress Standing Committee, stated in Beijing today that civil law cannot be applied to interpret public law, and it is a legal misunderstanding to claim that whatever  is not prohibited by the Basic Law is permitted.

Implementation of True Universal Suffrage and Abolition of Functional Constituencies without Delay

 

Implementation of True Universal Suffrage and Abolition of Functional Constituencies without Delay

In response to press enquiries, Civic Party today expressed that it has already submitted its position paper as regards the "Consultation Document on the Methods for Selecting the Chief Executive and for Forming the Legislative Council in 2012" (Please click here to download).

Logo Unveiling of the "5 District Referendum" Movement

 

Logo Unveiling of the "5 District Referendum" Movement

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In response to the DAB's decision to boycott the upcoming by-elections

 

In response to the DAB's decision to boycott the upcoming by-elections, the Convenor of the 5 District Referendum Movement, the Hon Audrey Eu, has made the following statement:
 

Five Districts Referendum Movement Kick-off Ceremony

 

Five Districts Referendum Movement Kick-off Ceremony

Date: 27 January (Wednesday)
Time: 7:30 pm
Venue: Chater Garden, Central
Dress Code: CP Jacket (to order, please call the secretariat 2865 7111) or any jacket with purple or white color

Referendum, not revolution

 

Civic Party’s recent advertisement on Territory-wide Referendum, calling on Hong Kong people to use ballots to bring about a new era of democracy for Hong Kong, has attracted intense discussion centred around the Chinese expression hei yee  [起義].  The Referendum calls on the people to vote and to bring about changes via the ballot box.  The issue to be voted on is “implement universal suffrage at the earliest possible date and abolish functional constituencies”.   The process is entirely peaceful, rational and lawful.

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Legco Constitutional Affairs Panel Meeting Protest

 

Ho Ka Hong, Leung Yuk Fung, Leung Siu Sun, Chan Yuen Sum and Ng Yin Keung, District Developers, Thomas Yu, Executive Committee Member, Margaret Ng, Legislative Councilor, and other CP members protested outside the Legco before the Constitutional Affairs Panel Meeting on 5 December. Members also dispatch CP’s position paper in Central afterwards.

CP Position Paper on Political Development Consultation Document No.6 of the HK SAR Government

 

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Civic Party Proposal for a Roadmap to Genuine Universal Suffrage

 

Civic Party Proposal for a Roadmap to Genuine Universal Suffrage