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Legislative Council kicks off | Fok Kaigang declares more than 100 positions as "disclosure king" 12 members have overseas properties


The register for the declaration of personal interests of members of the new Legislative Council has recently been uploaded to the Internet. "Hong Kong 01" takes stock of the salaried jobs, properties and other positions declared by members of the Legislative Council.

The register for the declaration of personal interests of the new-term Legislative Council members has recently been uploaded to the Internet. "Hong Kong 01" took stock of the salaried jobs, property and other positions declared by the members of the Legislative Council. Wang", there are 126 non-salaried positions in the "Others" column, including various sports organizations, major committees in Hong Kong and the Mainland, various consultants, etc. DAB Chairman Li Huiqiong declared 91 related positions ranked second.

Although many members of the Legislative Council have already earned considerable income, 21 of the 90 people have declared that they do not own property, including Liberal Party Chairman Zhang Yuren, Jing Pakatan Harapan Wu Yongjia, and even New Democratic Party Vice Chairman and former Security Bureau Secretary Lai Tung Kwok is also among them a member.

Many Members did not specify the number of properties they held, while Electoral Council Member Tse Wai-chun was one of the few Members who clearly declared their property holdings, with a total of 16 properties.

In addition to 25 members who have properties in the Mainland, 12 members have properties overseas. For example, Mr. Chiu Dagan, a member of the science and technology innovation sector, has properties in the United Kingdom, Japan, Shanghai, Foshan, Hong Kong Island, and the New Territories, as well as land in Japan and the New Territories.

In addition to residential, commercial and industrial buildings in Hong Kong, DAB Tan Chung-ni also owns residential properties in Canada, the United Kingdom and Vietnam.

Liu Yeqiang holds interests in 105 companies

Many councillors own a large number of companies, but the most prominent among them is the Heung Yee Kuk functional constituency Member Lau Yip-keung, who personally holds beneficial interests in 105 company shares, followed by 44 companies with beneficial interests. Wu Jiezhuang, and Huang Yinghao, who ranked third with 41 companies.

Rong Haien holds the most salaried position among MPs.

(File photo/Photo by Liang Pengwei)

Rong Haien declares 8 salaried jobs

As for salaried work, Rong Haien of the New Democracy Party has 8 jobs, but among them, the practising barrister, the duty lawyer and the outsourced barrister of the Criminal Prosecution Division of the Department of Justice are actually barrister jobs. (Anti-procrastination measures) members, members of the Mental Health Review Tribunal and adjudicators of the Registration of Persons Tribunal are basically public positions, and the rest are general and family mediators.

Other councillors with many salaried jobs include Huang Yuanshan, who has 6 jobs. He has jobs in the United Hong Kong Foundation, the URA, the Town Planning Board, and the Hong Kong Social Enterprise Association. He is also a member of the China Business School of the School of Professional and Continuing Education, University of Hong Kong Adjunct Associate Professor, and NOW TV Guest Commentator.

Lin Zhiyuan, the selection committee, also has 6 salaried positions, including two titles of textbook author, financial expert of the Council for Accreditation of Academic Qualifications, and lecturer.

Some MPs have not completed the declaration of election donations

In addition, yesterday (12th) was the deadline for lawmakers to declare their personal interests. Many lawmakers with political party backgrounds failed to submit their election-related donation data as scheduled, and need to submit it later.

Members of the Pakatan Harapan have declared donations from political parties, of which Lu Hanmin received more than 100,000 yuan from the Pakatan Harapan.

Xie Weijun declared that he had received an anonymous donation of 250,000 yuan, which has been donated to the Haven of Hope Christian Association.

In terms of functional constituencies, Chen Zhenying from the financial sector and Kan Huimin from the election committee, who were candidates for the election, both received donations from Bank of China (Hong Kong). provided later.”

The Legislative Council kicks off ︱Li Huiqiong, Chen Jianbo continue to hold the in-house meeting, and the financial accountants are automatically elected to the Legislative Council election without competition. The results of the election committee are released: Sheng Zhiwen and Tu Haiming are defeated by all incumbent members in the Legislative Council election. Lin Zhexuan from the medical and health sector was elected. There is a big change and no expectations

Source: hk1

All news articles on 2022-01-12

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