About two weeks before the Legislative Council election, the Chairman of the Electoral Affairs Commission Feng Huajin (4th) stated in a letter from Hong Kong, Taiwan and Hong Kong that this is the largest public election after the electoral reform. ) The functional constituency has been deleted. The vast majority of voters only have one vote for the geographical constituency, which is different from the "one person, two votes" in the past.
After experiencing the chaos in the election committee elections in September, electronic balloting is one of the reasons. Feng Hua pointed out that most of the voting stations will use electronic balloting this time. The scale is the first time, admitting that it is a very big test. The ballot counters will be greatly increased and efficiency will be enhanced. The Registration and Electoral Office has summarized the issue of counting votes in the Election Committee elections. It will also streamline the process and separate the procedures for opening the ballot box and checking the election documents, so as to announce the results of the election as soon as possible.
Feng Hua pointed out that in order to deal with the problem of electronic ticket dispatching, he has seconded the support of experienced colleagues from the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer. By then, there will be 630 ticketing stations and more than 38,000 civil servants will be mobilized for support.
The EAC will hold additional meetings to ensure improvement measures, and the overall operation is open and fair.
Feng pointed out that there are many participants in the election, and even if the training has been strengthened and different backup plans have been prepared, unexpected events may still occur.
The process is closely linked, and one step affects the next step. It is hoped that the staff can be flexible and report to their superiors for instructions in a timely manner.
Feng Hua also pointed out that for the first time this election has set up polling stations at three ports to facilitate Hong Kong voters who have the right to vote in the Mainland to be exempted from quarantine and return to Hong Kong to vote. This will be fully coordinated and arranged by the Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau dedicated to Mainland affairs. .
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