Constitution & Governance

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Petition for "Universal Suffrage in 2012"

 

Civic Party and other Pan-democrats held a petition in front of Central Government Liaison Office in Western District on 23 Dec 2007. Civic Party urged the Central Government to listen to the voice of the Hong Kong people and implement universal suffrage in 2012.

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Civic Party District Council Election Results

 

Civic Party District Council Election Results

 
In the District Council elections held yesterday, Civic Party altogether won 8 seats. Details are as follows:

Strongly condemn conservative forces deliberately using Martin Lee’s English article published in Wall Street Journal to distort the truth in order to try to gain an advantage in elections

 

We strongly condemn conservative forces deliberately using Martin Lee’s English article published in Wall Street Journal to distort the truth in order to try to gain an advantage in elections:

About the pressure being put on Mr. Chow Chung-kong, CEO of the MTR Corporation and Member of the Hong Kong Tourism Board

 

The Civic Party notes with regret continuing reports in the press of the pressure being put on Mr. Chow Chung-kong, CEO of the MTR Corporation and Member of the Hong Kong Tourism Board, by Mr. James Tien, Chairman of the Liberal Party, on account of Mr. Chow’s nomination of a member of Civic Party as a candidate for the Hong Kong Island Peak District in the forthcoming District Council election.  According to the news reports, Mr. Tien told Mr.

Election Manifesto

 

Election Manifesto

Some 40 candidates will be carrying the flag of the Civic Party for the next District Council election, to be held on November 18th.

“It’s our community, now have your say!” This is the main theme of our election campaign. This is what we believe in – to promote social participation of district affairs, so as to nurture democracy in our community.

Civic Party Legislators urged our Chief Executive to clarify the government's position

 

Civic Party Legislators urged our Chief Executive to clarify the government's position on the possibility of universal suffrage in 2012 during his policy address next month.

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7.1 March

 

First of July
Civic Party joined many of thousands of Hong Kongers who took to the street on first of July for universal suffrage.

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