The Election Committee subsector elections were held today (19th), the first election after the electoral reform, and more than 1,000 electoral committee seats have been settled.
The remaining 13 of the 40 subsectors competed. About 4,800 people were eligible to vote today. 364 election committees were elected from 412 candidates.
The most competitive subsector is the social welfare sector, with 23 candidates competing for 12 seats; followed by the medical and health services sector, with 24 candidates competing for 14 seats.
The focus of this election is on the non-establishment candidates, namely Ti Zhiyuan, a new thinking in the social welfare sector, and Zhou Xianming, chairman of the Sai Kung District Council.
The turnout rate for the whole day was close to 90%, and 4,380 voters voted. Among them, the legal, building surveying, and innovative technology sectors even reached 100%.
"Hong Kong 01" will continue to update the counting situation.
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[6:15] Feng Hua, chairman of the Electoral Management Committee, met with reporters and said that the postponement of the counting of votes was not satisfactory and apologized to the affected sectors.
He said that the report data of the ballot box was incorrect and required multiple verifications, which delayed the counting of votes.
Feng Hua said that the voting process in this election was generally smooth, but there were problems from the delivery of the ballot boxes to the counting of votes, which involved human error. The EAC will review it in detail and submit an election report to the Chief Executive.
Regarding the report issue, he said that there are procedural guidelines that need to be dealt with according to the situation depending on whether it affects the counting results. This time, the mistakes involving the hand and the people include misplacement, etc. The staff report involves a lot of time.
Feng Hua confirmed that the ticket machine had stopped and needed staff to adjust it, but it was able to re-operate after repairs. It is estimated that it is a paper problem "Jam paper".
Counting machine failure affects New Territories District Councils and other sectors
[5:10] Deng Kai-wing, a candidate for the New Territories District Committee, said that a staff member said that the automatic counting system had malfunctioned and needed time to deal with it. According to his understanding, it affected the New Territories District Committee and other sectors.
Deng Kairong also pointed out that he was disappointed that the election took a long time and believed that the process should be improved in the future.
He said that some candidates will go back to rest first, and some candidates will stay until the end.
Another candidate, Huang Bijiao, said that the election was smooth during daytime voting, but the counting of votes needed to be reviewed.
Another candidate, Hu Jianmin, chairman of the DAB South Area Committee, was asked whether he would take over the post of Deputy Director of the Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau. He only said that he would not respond.
[4:43] Zhang Dexi, chairman of the gold and silver industry trade fair, and others formed a list of 16 people who played in the election committee of the financial services industry, and the 16 people eventually won.
Chen Zhihua participated in the election at the last juncture, which made the sector "emboss". In the end, he was only defeated by 34 votes.
Di Zhiyuan draws to win and Zhou Xianming loses
[4:26] In the election of the social welfare sector, three people received 55 votes, namely Di Zhiyuan, Huang Yifeng and Liu Wanyi. The three people needed to draw lots to determine two of them. In the end, Di Zhiyuan and Huang Yifeng won by drawing lots.
The chairman of the Sai Kung District Council, Zhou Xianming, lost 37 votes.
There are 7 invalid votes in the social welfare sector.
Di Zhiyuan met with the media and expressed conflicting feelings. "This battle is not easy to fight. I want more people to follow my gentle and rational path. It represents the voice of some Hong Kong citizens to serve the citizens. But today, it seems that there are some loneliness." After choking, thank the voters and the election campaign team for their support.
[4:14] Huang Boliang, Lin Zhexuan, Leung Lixian, Zhang Hanming, Liang Shimin, Guo Baoxian, Pang Ailan, Wu Fengliang, Su Jieying, Lu Chongmao, Xu Xihan, Li Xiayan, Zhang Xuhong, Zhang Peihua were elected in the medical and health services sector, and the president of the Hong Kong Hospital Pharmacists Association Cui Junming lost the election by 16 votes.
Chen Yunsheng pointed out that the systems of the New Territories Area Committee, the Fight Crime Association and the Fire Prevention Association were malfunctioning.
(Photo by Wu Zhuoan)
The New Territories Area Committee's counting system malfunctions. At least 50 tickets cannot be "passed"
[4:02] The counting agent and former Tuen Mun district councillor, Chen Yun-sheng, pointed out that the system for counting the New Territories Area Committee, Fight Crime Committee and Fire Fighting Committee had malfunctioned. He explained that the staff needed to divide 50 ballots into stacks. , And then put them into the optical reader one by one for electronic counting, but at least 50 ballots could not be "passed through the machine."
He said that the situation has been maintained for at least one hour, and he said, "I have asked the person in charge, no one answered me." He also said, "At least there must be an answer! Aircraft delays will speak better than you!"
The central counting station announced at 4 a.m. that it would judge the questionable votes of the sector.
[4:00] In the field of Chinese medicine, Chen Yongguang, the president of the Hong Kong Registered Chinese Medicine Association, and others formed a 15-member "Qi Huang Juxian" team to participate in the election. Only 14 people were elected. Guan Zhiyi received only 25 votes and lost.
As for the independent candidate and registered Chinese medicine practitioner Peng Xiangxi who signed up at the last minute, he was elected with 28 votes.
[3:50] A total of 14 seats in the innovation and technology community are elected, including Qiu Dagen, co-founder of Huike Capital Co., Ltd., Yu Changhai, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Haikang Life Technology Co., Ltd., Lu Yuming, Vice Dean (Research) of the School of Medicine of CUHK, Day Day Cook (Day Day Cook) founder Zhu Jiaying and other 14 people formed a list of "TI Power Innovation and Technology Forces" to participate in the selection, and Huang Guangyang, chief executive of the Hong Kong Logistics and Supply Chain Multi-Technology R&D Center, signed up for the election at the last minute.
In the end, the list "TI Power" led by Qiu Dagen was elected, and Huang Guangyang was defeated by 9 votes.
Zhu Jiaying had the lowest number of votes among the 15 elected candidates, with only 46 votes.
[3:10] The legal profession with 100% turnout announced the results of the vote count. A list of 15 people led by Hanquan Liu was elected. Bai Tao lost only 9 votes. No candidate took all 30 votes. The former president of the Law Society Peng Yunxicheng After the vote, 29 votes were obtained, and Senior Counsel Tang Jiahua received 28 votes.
[3:00] The business (third) result is out, Zhuang Huiming, Wu Chuzhu, Shen Hua, Guo Yanli, Lian Shaodong, Wang Lei, Guo Peifang, Huang Huoqin, Tan Yueheng, Zhu Liwei, Li Haoran, Zhao Shuang, Zhao Jun, Xin Congjin, You Weiguang, Yao Laiwen, Liu Song was elected.
At the last moment, the deputy general manager of China Resources Hall, Cao Weiyong, who was elected to the business community (3), lost with 18 votes. The list of 17 people led by Li Haoran won the list.
【3:00】Architecture, surveying, urban planning and garden realm, Liu Wenjun, Huang Haoming, Lu Haoyuan, Chen Zehua, Lin Yunfeng, Chen Xuming, He Lizhi, He Juye, Li Dingguo, Lu Qingyao, Li Hanqun, Lu Zhenwei, Lai Xuhui, Lin Li Shan and Zhou Weiqiang were elected, but Fu Zhancheng and Wang Baolong were unsuccessful.
All 15 members of the "OP Construction Power" team were elected as the selection committees for the construction, surveying, urban planning and landscape sectors. Member Lu Zhenwei said that all members were elected this time, reflecting that voters have confidence in their ideas and political platforms. He emphasized that the group will meet Efforts to implement the political platform and will continue to listen to the opinions of voters.
Team spokesperson He Juye said that this time the sector has a 100% turnout rate, which represents the industry cherishes the election and hopes to cast a vote of important trust.
He Juye also pointed out that the organization behind the organization also represents many industry practitioners, and believes that industry professionals have been able to express their intentions during the election process.
He emphasized that the team will select a chief executive who accurately implements one country, two systems and provides a stable business and political environment.
Di Zhiyuan pointed out that the Returning Officer had multiple invalid votes, but he refused to allow candidates to view them.
(Photo by Wu Zhuoan)
[2:50] Di Zhiyuan pointed out that there were three questionable votes in the social welfare sector. One of the voters put a tick on the ballot, and the other voter did not fill in any choices, and only made a stroke on the top of the ballot.
He pointed out that the Returning Officer stated that there were multiple invalid votes, but he refused to allow candidates to view them.
[2:40] There were 3 questionable votes in the social welfare sector, and one of them was a blank vote.
[2:30] The insurance industry has the same votes in the last seat. Candidates No. 7 Huang Hanxing and No. 13 Wang Juehao both received 44 votes and a lottery is required.
In the end, No. 7 Huang Hanxing won.
The insurance industry took the lead in the election results. Chen Zhaonan, Pan Ronghui, Xu Jingui, Zhan Meiqing, Guan Hu Jinai, Huang Hanxing, Huang Guiquan, Chen Yanguang, Feng Weichang, Xu Zhijian, Liu Shaowen, Deng Ziping, Chen Peiliang, Zheng Guoping, Zhang Jianqiang, Tan Guorong, and Wu Rong made the election.
[2:05] The business community (third) ruled that 1 ballot was invalid, because the voter did not fill it up as required, and its handwritten mark can identify the voter's identity.
It was also ruled that 1 questionable ballot was valid.
[2:00] The preliminary count of votes has been completed for the construction, surveying, urban planning and garden realm. The number of voters in this sector is 55.
[1:15] A vote in the insurance industry was ruled invalid, and the voter did not fill in the options.
[1:00] At 1 am, the staff is still counting the votes, and some election committee candidates are dissatisfied with the slow counting of votes.
[00:00] Business (third) candidate, Li Haoran, chief strategy officer of China Resources Group's Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, pointed out that this is the first election under the new electoral system. Empower to elect 40 members of the Legislative Council.
He pointed out that the high turnout rate this time is a good phenomenon. He believes that the turnout rate of such "corporate democratic elections" is generally quite high around the world. If you make an election and then vote, the voter turnout rate is relatively high in all elections in the world. If an individual goes to vote, he may not vote because of laziness."
[23:20] The ballot boxes from the polling station in Tsuen Wan arrived at the Wan Chai Convention and Exhibition Counting Station at about 11 pm, which means that all the ballot boxes arrived at the central counting point. Sort the ballots.
[23:05] Candidates representing the New Territories Regional Conference, the Fight Crime Conference and the Fire Fighting Club spoke at the scene with the slogan "New pattern, new hope, change for people's livelihood, persist for the people, yeah".
Asked whether he will nominate the democrat Tan Yaozong: The DAB first considers party members
[22:30] Tan Yaozong, a member of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, said that it is really rare to have nearly 90% of the voter turnout in this election. He hopes that the new election committee will be responsible and be able to elect talented people.
He pointed out that it is not accurate to describe this election as "small circle elections". He emphasized that many election committees were elected by representatives of groups or were formed through groups. He believed that they were highly representative.
Tan Yiu-chong is a consultant to the DAB. He said that the party's election committee will not only find suitable candidates to participate in the election of the Legislative Council and the chief executive, but also study policies and put forward specific proposals.
As for whether or not democrats will be nominated for election to the Legislative Council, Tam Yiu-chung said that there are many suitable candidates in the Democratic Alliance for the Betterment of Hong Kong, and the party members will be considered first.
[22:00] Tang Jiahua, a candidate in the legal profession, said that this election project is not much different from the past, and the Law Society and the Bar Association both voted, and I am pleased with this.
Feng Hua: After receiving 5 complaints, we will pay attention to whether the procedures need to be simplified in the future
[21:33] Feng Hua, chairman of the Electoral Management Committee, said that 4,380 voters voted in this election, with a turnout rate of nearly 90%. The three groups with the highest turnout rates are the legal profession, the construction, survey, and planning sector, and the technology innovation sector. The voter turnout rate for all three groups was 100%.
When asked whether the turnout rate reflects the ideal situation of the election, Feng Hua said that he never commented on the turnout rate. He emphasized that the function of the Election Committee is to supervise the election.
Feng Hua pointed out that he had received five election complaints, two about voting arrangements, two about voting qualifications, and another one was that voters complained that the font of the ballot paper was too thin. He said that he had studied it earlier and that the font size of the ballot paper should not be too large. , Otherwise there will be technical difficulties in the "passing the plane", and that many people who are not voters line up, "some people think they have a vote." He emphasized that the election publicity "has been done well" and will see if it can be better in the future. The method calls on citizens to check the qualifications of voters before voting.
He also mentioned that during the process of transporting ballots to the central polling station of the convention and exhibition, it was discovered that some documents were missing from the voting station of the convention and exhibition. He emphasized that the documents did not affect the counting of votes.
As for the queuing situation in the polling station in Kowloon Park, Feng Hua said he was very satisfied with the operation of the electronic ticket distribution machine, but he believed that there were unfamiliar areas that should be adjusted. He also pointed out that the "multiple machines" would be added in the December Legislative Council election. And ticket counter.
[21:00] Zeng Guowei, Director of the Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau, and Feng Hua, Chairman of the Electoral Affairs Commission, are preparing to dump the first box of ballots, at least one hour later than the original schedule.
According to on-site information, the Changsha Bay Police Station has ballot boxes ready to be transported to the central counting station, and it is unknown who voted at the police station.
[19:31] The ballot boxes in Sha Tin, Tuen Mun, Tsuen Wan and Tsim Sha Tsui are being transported to the counting stations of the convention and exhibition.
[19:30] Huang Jing, a member of the Guangdong Provincial Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference and elected as an election committee member of the fifth sector, believes that as an election committee member, he should perform his duties for the country, select talents for Hong Kong, and be a good gatekeeper and actor. , Preacher, transmitter, etc.
He also pointed out that in the past period of time, the situation in the area was not ideal, and the people's livelihood matters may not have attracted attention. He emphasized that the Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor had made suggestions to improve the traffic in Tolo Harbour yesterday.
When asked whether he would nominate the democrats to run for the election, Huang Jing said that he would not be divided into that faction, as long as the public would support it, but he emphasized that "the anti-China chaos in Hong Kong will not be conscientious."
As for whether he will support the re-election of Chief Executive Carrie Lam, he said that it is temporarily unknown who will stand for the election, but he believes that someone who dares to act as the Chief Executive should be elected.
More than 90% of the labor sector's voter turnout Wu Qiubei: The FTU election is optimistic
[18:45] Wu Qiubei, President of the Federation of Trade Unions, Mai Meijuan, Guo Weiqiang, and Lu Songxiong, members of the Legislative Council, joined the candidates to meet with reporters.
Wu Qiubei said that the voter turnout in this election committee election was high, among which over 90% of the labor sector voted out. He thanked everyone for their support and trust in the Federation of Trade Unions.
Regarding the election situation, Wu Qiubei said that voters in the labor sector actively voted, so they are optimistic about the election. He also emphasized that the Federation of Trade Unions will continue to fight for the rights and interests of workers and pay attention to the unemployment and employment of workers.
When asked whether he would support the re-election of Chief Executive Carrie Lam, Wu Qiubei said that it is too early to speak; Mai Meijuan said that I believe that no matter who is the chief executive, the voice of the industry will be heard.
Wu Qiubei said that he would not comment on the dissolution of the trade union, but he pointed out that the trade union is not a trade union but a political organization. It has been hurting Hong Kong and the workers in the past, especially when the workers are facing difficulties, the trade union actually called people to strike. .
Di Zhiyuan: The high turnout rate is due to the dispute between gentlemen in the social welfare sector
[18:30] Di Zhiyuan, a new thinking in the social welfare sector, said that this time the turnout rate was higher than expected. Originally thought that the turnout rate was about 80%, but now it is expected that there will be 90% turnout.
Di Zhiyuan believes that the high turnout rate is mainly due to three factors. First, because the number of voters is relatively small, they are relatively easy to reach; second, this time the social welfare sector has achieved "gentlemen and ladies" competition, and everyone is not tit-for-tat. Third, in this debate, everyone focused on welfare issues, with fewer political issues, reflecting that agency representatives also paid more attention to welfare issues.
Regarding whether a high turnout rate is beneficial to the election, Di Zhiyuan said that traditionally, a high turnout rate is beneficial to the non-establishment camp because the influence of "iron votes" is reduced, but he believes that under the new system and the basis of voters, it is difficult to judge voters' votes. A high rate is good for that faction.
He emphasized that the election project is solid and he has confidence in the election.
[17:25] As of 5 pm, 4,223 people voted, with a turnout rate of 86.38%.
The construction and surveying sector became the second sector with a 100% voting rate, and all 55 people have voted.
The lowest voter turnout was in the education sector, at 78.17%.
The scientific and technological innovation sector still owes one person who has not voted, the business sector (third) and the Chinese medicine sector also owes two people who have not voted, and the medical and health services sector owes three people who have not voted.
[17:14] Zeng Guowei, Director of the Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau, arrives at the exhibition site.
At 5:30 in the afternoon, the police intercepted the young man in the area of Sha Tin Town Hall.
Sha Tin Town Hall is one of the voting stations of the Election Committee.
(Photo by Kong Fanxu)
The legal profession is the first to reach 100% turnout, and 30 people voted in a referendum
[16:30] As of 4 pm, the turnout rate exceeded 80%, reaching 80.51%, with a total of 3,936 people voting.
The lowest turnout rate in the education sector is 68.63%, 1,201 people have voted, and the legal sector has reached 100% turnout, with 30 people voting all.
There is still one person who did not vote in the science and technology innovation circle, with a turnout rate of 98.15%. There are still two people who did not vote in the business sector (third).
Compared with the 2016 Election Committee election, the voter turnout rate was 22.28% at 3:30 pm.
Cai Haiwei from the Council of Social Welfare: Candidates for different political spectrums in the social welfare sector: it can be said that there are choices
[16:08] Cai Haiwei, Chief Executive Officer of the Council of Social Welfare, said that there are people from different political spectrums in the social welfare sector. Therefore, it can be said that they have choices and will not waste votes. They do their civic responsibilities and call on other voters to elect to represent them. Members.
When asked about the voting criteria, he said that he would look at whether their political platform and policies are related to social welfare.
He also pointed out that although the total number of electoral committees has increased, the number of electoral committees in the social welfare sector has actually been reduced by nearly half. Therefore, it is hoped that they can express their voices in the social welfare sector through subsequent Legislative Council elections and chief executive elections.
Rong Haien pointed out that citizens hope to have a chief executive who truly listens to public opinion and is inspiring.
(Photo by Luo Jiaqing)
[16:04] New Democratic Party Legislative Council Member Rong Haien said that today’s seat was in support of the New Democratic Party candidates. She said that she visited the voting station of the Sha Tin City Hall earlier and felt that the voting atmosphere was good.
Rong Haien also pointed out that this election is the first election after the election system has been improved, emphasizing the significance of it.
She said that the new election committee has great functions and can nominate and elect chief executives and members of the legislative council. She believes that it is necessary to have experience in working in the region to fully represent public opinion.
She mentioned that when listening to opinions at the street station in the past two weeks, she learned that the public wanted a chief executive who would truly listen to public opinion and be inspiring.
Asked whether Chen Zhisi from a small circle: the number of people is not the main factor
[16:00] After Chen Zhisi, the convener of the executive meeting, went to the Wan Chai Convention and Exhibition ticketing station to vote, he was asked whether this election was a small circle election with only more than 4,000 voters.
He responded that this is the first election under the improved electoral system. The model is different from the past. He does not believe that the number of people is the most important factor, and the most important thing is whether the representativeness is sufficient. He described this time the participation rate of different sectors is balanced.
In addition, Chen Zhisi also stated that reducing voting time is a good thing, and hopes that other elections in the future can use technology to help speed up voting and get results.
As for the announcement of the trade union’s dissolution process, Chen Zhisi said that each organization has its own consideration, and whether each organization has participated in improper or illegal activities in the past is more clear to the organization itself.
[15:21] As of 3 pm, 3,594 people voted, and the turnout rate was 73.51%.
The highest turnout rate in the business sector (third) reached 97.85%. Only two of the 93 voters did not vote, and one person in the legal profession did not vote, with a turnout rate of 96.67%.
In the education sector, 1,010 people voted, accounting for 57.71% of the voters in the sector, which is the sector with the lowest turnout rate.
The 2016 Election Committee elections will start from 7:30 am to 10:30 pm, one hour earlier than this year.
Compared with the 6th hour of voting last year, at 1:30 pm, the voter turnout rate was 15.18%.
At 2:30 pm in 2016, the turnout rate was 18.51%.
But it should be noted that there were as many as 231,769 voters in 2016, but this year there are only 4,889 voters.
Di Zhiyuan: A high voter turnout in the social welfare sector is better for him
[15:20] The New Democratic Party Chairman Ye Liu Shuyi welcomed the new election system, believing that it would be helpful for talented people to participate in the election, and also believed that members of the New Democratic Party could be elected in professional sectors such as hotels and retail.
Regarding the atmosphere of today’s election, she believes that it cannot be compared with the past. "Although there are fewer electoral groups, the quality of the elections has improved, and it is more representative."
[15:00] The chairman of the Federation of Trade Unions, Wu Qiubei, said at the Sha Tin Street station that the Federation of Trade Unions hopes to improve the electoral system to promote the Hong Kong government to be more effective. To promote reforms, including administration, justice and education, will make Hong Kong a healthier development.
Wu Qiubei hopes that the government will better integrate with the mainland economy, especially in the Greater Bay Area. He also hopes that the government will solve the deep-seated livelihood issues, such as the disparity between the rich and the poor, housing problems, and create opportunities for upward mobility in the society. We must unite all forces to regain the development of Hong Kong.
[14:50] Di Zhiyuan, the new thinking chairman of the social welfare sector, is a rare non-establishment candidate.
When he met with reporters, he said that under the new rules, there is still room for non-establishment parties to participate, and he hopes that there will be a platform to "brave the voice of Hong Kong people."
Di Zhiyuan predicted that the current high turnout rate may be more favorable for him to be elected, because he has no iron votes and needs to fight for free votes.
He hopes that future elections will be more open and allow more people to participate.
[14:30] The DAB Legislative Council Member Zhou Hao Ting went outside the voting station of the Electoral Committee in Tuen Mun City Hall. He pointed out that the election of the Electoral Committee is of great significance to Hong Kong. It is after the improvement of the electoral system and the full implementation of "Patriots ruling Hong Kong" In the first election, I believe that we can say goodbye to political struggles and internal friction, and focus on the economy and people’s livelihood. It is described as the beginning of good governance and good governance.
Zhou said that in the polling station today, it was specifically mentioned that in the past, there were long-term waiting in line and asked to be a caring team, but today's polling station has set up arrangements for the love team.
Turnout in education is lagging behind
[14:29] As of 2 pm, 5 hours have passed since the Election Committee has voted. 3,231 voters have finished voting, with a turnout rate of 66.09%.
Among them, the business sector (3) has the highest turnout rate, which has reached 97.85%. There are 93 eligible voters, of which only 2 did not vote.
The legal profession's turnout rate was 96.67%. There were 30 eligible voters and one owed one who did not vote.
The education sector, which has the largest number of eligible voters, has 1,750 voters, who are also group representatives.
But as of 2 pm, the turnout rate was the lowest, with only 837 people voting, and the turnout rate was only 47.83%.
Compared with the previous 2016 Election Committee election, voting began at 7:30 in the morning, and the turnout rate was 11.86% after 5 hours. However, the number of voters that year reached 231,769. At that time, the actual number of votes was 27,499.
[14:20] New Democrat Party Legislative Council Member Ye Liu Shuyi went to the Sha Tin City Hall voting station in the afternoon to cheer for party members in the fourth sector. She was asked whether the increase in the number of electoral committees would treat her in future elections to the Legislative Council or the Chief Executive Does the election bring challenges?
She said that "hypothetical questions do not answer", but emphasized that the increase in the number of election committee members has made the broad representation higher than before.
Guan Haoming: The past elections were "a lot of noise, but this time it's calm"
[13:50] Guan Haoming, secretary-general of the Ministry of Education of the Hong Kong Anglican Church, appeared at the Wan Chai Convention and Exhibition Ticketing Station. He himself was automatically elected as a sub-committee of the "Representatives of Hong Kong Members of the National Organization", but he was also one of the voters of the "Education Sector" 1. There are 1,725 corporate voters in this sector, which is the sector with the largest number of voters.
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