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Political rumors|Non-organizational research alliances to call for votes, a common program to fight for universal suffrage, hope that the pan-people will lead the fierce people

2021-11-30T23:06:00.648Z

Only 19 days before the polling day of the Legislative Council elections, the election of many non-organized, pan-democratic candidates has attracted much attention. More than one non-establishment candidate stated that due to the quiet election atmosphere, the pan-democratic supporters were less willing to vote.



Only 19 days before the polling day of the Legislative Council elections, the election of many non-organized, pan-democratic candidates has attracted much attention.

More than one non-organizational candidate stated that due to the quiet election atmosphere, pan-democratic supporters have low willingness to vote, and the introduction of the port voting arrangement by the government has put the election situation of non-organizational candidates at a disadvantage.


Some non-organizational candidates expressed their intention to invite other non-organizational candidates to form alliances and increase their momentum in the form of electoral alliances to strive for the implementation of dual universal suffrage and the resumption of politics into a common concept, and "turn the tide" for the election.


Backward election project hopes to use political reform issues to stimulate "Huangying" voting

A non-organizational candidate explained the alliance concept to "Hong Kong 01", saying that at present, it is less than 20 days before the election day, and the establishment has a fierce publicity offensive. Large publicity boards, slogans, flags, minibus advertisements and other publicity materials are already full of the constituency. On the other hand, the non-organizational faction has to wait for the announcement of the qualification review results, the approval of the election circular by the relevant departments, and the lack of election resources, making the non-organizational election project lag far behind. "Many areas have not seen non-organizational banners." Coupled with the introduction of port voting arrangements by the government, the election of non-organized candidates is at a disadvantage.

According to the person, the key to the current non-organizational system of reminders is whether they can mobilize pan-democratic supporters to vote. He believes that as long as 40% of the "light" voters who will vote in the past vote, the non-organizational candidates are expected to win the election.

He pointed out that the biggest difference between the "non-establishment system" and the "organizational system" lies in the democratic universal suffrage. He believes that the non-establishment camp can use democratic universal suffrage to stimulate the "yellow camp" to vote.

He hopes to form alliances with other non-organizational candidates and strengthen the non-organizational momentum in the form of electoral alliances to strive for the implementation of double universal suffrage and restart the political system to a common idea. He hopes to meet new thinking, democratic ideas, Pan Zhuohong, Liu Zhuoyu and other non-organizational candidates Connecting to the front line, and at the same time, I hope to find a heavyweight pan-people who are no longer participating in the election as the lead, so as to increase the momentum and improve the chances of winning.

Di Zhiyuan, chairman of New Thinking, accepted the inquiry and pointed out that if it is a good thing for non-organized candidates to jointly fight for universal suffrage, the approach can highlight the distinction between "non-organized" and "organized."

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New Thinking Chairman Di Zhiyuan accepted the inquiry and pointed out that it would be a good thing for non-organized candidates to jointly fight for universal suffrage. He believed that the practice could highlight the distinction between "non-organizational" and "organizational", thereby encouraging friends who support democracy to vote and reversing the current situation of non-organizational elections. The plain situation also pointed out that 110,000 Hong Kong residents living in the Mainland may go to the port to vote. If the establishment camp "don't do anything", they can only sit and wait for death. "The 110,000 army is ready to fall, all of them belong to the establishment. Strength. If you can’t do anything, you can only sit and wait. If a group of democrats want to have a common stand and do more together, we will support it."

Wong Shing-chi, a candidate from the Northeast of the New Territories, said that if the alliance finally succeeds, he intends to participate, "I will definitely go to fight for universal suffrage and political reform. It doesn't matter if the alliance doesn't matter, please tie the tie! tie the tie!” Hong Kong Island West candidate, outlying islands District Councillor Fang Longfei said that no one has contacted him so far, and he needs to know the details before making a decision.

The Kowloon West candidate, Frederick Fung, said that he has always been a non-party candidate and will continue to carry out the election project in a non-party manner in the future. He would not mind if the candidates for the establishment of the system were tied in "write out".

He also criticized the port vote for "showing up to build a horse and build momentum," and that as a non-organized candidate, he can only "do everything". He also said that he has no ability to send personnel to the mainland port ticketing station to monitor the votes.

Hong Kong Island West Candidates: Fang Longfei (Independent Democrats), Chen Xuefeng (DAB), Ip Liu Shuyi (New Democratic Party)


Southwestern New Territories Candidates: Chen Hangpin (DAB), Chen Yingxin (FTU), Liu Cheuk Yu (Independent) Democrats)


Kowloon West Candidates: Zheng Yongshun (DAB), Liang Wenguang (West Kowloon New Power), Frederick Fung


Candidates for Northeast New Territories: Chen Keqin (DAB, New News Agency), Li Zijing (New Democratic Party, Citizen Power), Huang Yinghao (Democratic Thinking), Huang Chengzhi,


Hong Kong Island East Candidates: Wu Qiubei (Federation of Trade Unions), Liao Tiancheng (New Democratic Party), Liang Xi (DAB), Pan Zhuohong


Social Welfare Candidates (1 seat): Zhu Liling (DAB), Di Zhiyuan (New Thinking), Ye Zhanxi

For the list of candidates from all sectors in the Legislative Council election,

please click here to refer to the "Hong Kong 01" election website.

Source: hk1

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