Written by: Zheng Jiaru Ci Meilin
2019-11-20 07:00Last updated date: 2019-11-20 07:00
The district board election voted four days later. "Hong Kong 01" found that there were at least five candidates who did not fill in political connections in Kwai Tsing District. They not only signed witnesses to each other but also handed in the forms at the same time. The political platforms were very similar.
Among them, Wang Hanzhi, the candidate of Xingfang District candidate, is another candidate for the constituency Wu Xiaolong. When Wang replied to the inquiry, he asked "Wang Wulong? I know." It was said that he met Wu when he handed over the form, and asked him to help sign it. Wang also said that he was doing kitchen miscellaneous work because of "stopping at the hand" and there was no time to canvass.
The reporter also found that the addresses of the above five people were reported to be the same secretarial company and the other one was empty.
"Hong Kong 01" looked up the information submitted by candidates from Kwai Tsing Districts to the Returning Officer and found that five candidates from different constituencies, although not filling out political links on the nomination form, served as witnesses. They are Liu Baiming, Liu Baitian, Kwai Shing East Village, Li Yixin, Xingfang Wang Hanzhi, Kwai Chung Village, North Kwan San, and Kwai Lian Wu Yulong.
Airborne, Pan-People, and Civil Warfare, Three-Dimensional Political Platform, "Hong Kong People Come on"
In the middle of Liu Yanming's signature witnessed Li Lanxin, Guo Sanquan and Wu Yulong, three candidates, Guo Sanquan witnessed Liu Yanming, and Wu Haolong was Wang Hanzhi's witness. The reporter checked the candidate's paper on Tuesday (12th) and found that in addition to the basic required information, the nominee's signature and a small number of election flyers, their candidate folders were almost blank and no such as the expense authorization form was submitted to the District Office.
It is worth noting that there are three triathlons in the constituency where the five candidates are elected (see table below), that is, there is another formed candidate and a democrat candidate in the district. Among the five, three of them included the words "to be democratic" and the slogan "Hong Kong people refueling". One person indicated that they support the "five major demands" of anti-reform demonstrations.
Kwai Tsing District 5 Ward
|Constituency||Founding candidate||Pan-people candidate||Candidate without political connection|
|Dabaitiandong||DAB Guo Lingli||Democratic Party Liu Guimei||Liu Yanming|
|Kwai Shing East Village||DAB Wu Zhihua||Democratic Power Zhou Weixiong||Li Yixin|
|Xingfang||DAB Deng Liling||Democratic Party Tang Yuwen||Wang Hanzhi|
|Kwai Chung Village North||DAB Liang Gangming||Democratic Party Election Union Liang Jinwei||Guo Sanquan|
|Kwai Lian||Xinshelian, former Democratic Alliance for the Betterment of the People's Republic of China||Democratic Party Wu Jiansheng||Wu Xiaolong|
Source: Registration and Electoral Office, public information
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The former executive committee of the formed group supports "Recovering Hong Kong" and the other two declare the same address.
Liu Yan-ming, a witness for the three candidates, is known to have served as the executive committee member of the Kwai Tsing Youth League, a subsidiary of the New Territories Association. He nominated documents in the District Council to support the "recovery of Hong Kong, the revolution of the times."
Liu Yanming and Li Yuxin are the same at the nominee's announcement. They are all one unit of Kwai Fong Golden Dragon Industrial Building. Li is the Director of the Curriculum of the Higher Education Institute of the Vocational Training Council.
Another candidate, Wu Haolong, reported that the address was a unit of Liwan Huali Industrial Center. The address and the Kwai Fong address declared by both Li and Liu are the offices of the same secretarial company, Easy Marketing Limited. The company offers serviced offices and virtual office services for rental mailboxes.
In addition, Liu, Wu and Guo used the same printers on the Kwai Hing Road to print election flyers. The design of the flyers was similar. The election banners of Lai and Liu are used by another printer at Kwun Tong Road. In addition, according to the records on the nomination form, Wu and Wang were handed over at 10:40 am on October 12, while Liu and Guo's forms were submitted at 10:06 on October 14.
The website of the "New Territories Youth Federation" contains a 20th Anniversary Brochure showing that one of the Executive Committees of the Kwai Tsing Youth Group from 2016 to 2018 was named "Liu Yan Ming". (browser screenshot)
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Guo Sanquan's address has no such person. Wu Xiaolong's father said that he has never heard of his election.
The reporter once went to Guo Sanquan to declare the address of the shop in Shangxiang Road, To Kwa Wan. He hoped to contact him but found that it was a dumping shop and is now renting. The reporter asked the person in charge of the two shops on both sides. They all said that they had never seen or heard about Guo. They said that the shop had been lost for several months. The former tenants and the owners were not Guo.
The reporter also went to Wu’s residence to inquire about the fact that Wu’s father, who lived with him, was shocked by his son’s candidacy. “District Council? Candidates choose to be a district board member?” Can I choose the Kwai Tsing District?" It is also said that the enquiry will be conveyed. Please ask the son to reply later. Wu Zhi did not reply before the deadline.
The only candidate who contacted the reporter was Xingfang Wang Hanzhi. The reporter called him to inquire about his relationship with the witness and the candidate of the Kwai United, Wu Haolong. Wang asked: "While Wu Xiaolong? I know." The reporter reminded that Wu is his The nominee witnesses, Wang said that he only knows that the other party is called "Aaron". The two happened to meet at the Civil Affairs Office on the day of the handover, so he asked Wu to sign.
Wang Hanzhi continued to say that he was doing kitchen miscellaneous work because of "stopping at the hand" and there was no time to canvass. Regarding the use of the same electoral message as Guo Sanquan, "To be democratic and free Hong Kong people to cheer", Wang said that he originally wanted to write "Five Major Claims", but he was worried that he would be "DQ" and thus filled in the above words. He said that he does not consider himself a pan-democratic because he does not like the Democratic Party but supports young people.
"Hong Kong 01" had inquired about the other four by email and did not receive a reply at the time of writing.
For other candidates in the same district of the above candidates, please refer to the table of contents.
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