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HK Equal Opportunities Commission fights for legislation of Sexual Orientation Discrimination Ordinance

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HK Equal Opportunities Commission fights for legislation of Sexual Orientation Discrimination Ordinance By Janet Lee


There is no legislation of the Sexual Orientation Discrimination Ordinance in Hong Kong at the moment. “We are making effort to legislate it,” the chairperson of Equal Opportunities Commission said.


Speaking at Shue Yan University's general assembly, Alfred Chan said an individual, should have his or her freedom to choose lifestyle, should not be bullied and discriminated, including the Sexual Minorities.


The Sexual Orientation Ordinance is a law that protect the right and equal opportunity of people have different sexual orientation, for example, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender.


Chan said, if the choices of people who have different sexual orientation from the main trend do not affect others, they can live together.--145088 2016年10月11日 (二) 18:19 (CST)


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Appreciate your effort, not bad.

The absence of legal protection for sexual minorities is a result of the government’s ungrounded speculation on Beijing’s preference, head of the city’s equal opportunities watchdog, said on Tuesday.

Alfred Chan Cheung-ming, chairman of the Equal Opportunities Commission, told students of Shue Yan University that the government’s refusal to have a law to protect sexual minorities that made Hong Kong lagging behind the mainland and Taiwan on equal rights puzzled him.

“I think this is self-censorship, they (the government) believe Beijing doesn’t want this law. Speculating on Beijing’s preference is bad for effective governance in Hong Kong,” he said.

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