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I am confitent to get 150 nominations to enter the election of Chief Executive

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“I will not give up the election of Chief Executive, unless I cannot get 150 nominations”, said by Chief Executive contender Woo Kwok-hing in Shue Yan University.

Woo was confident that he could get enough nominations and hope the pan-democracy camp supported him. He claimed that there was not any selection for the pan-democracy camp to support besides him, because other candidates did not follow their principle. So, he believed that they would stand for him to participle the election. Also, a retired Judge was happy if Tsang chun-wah could participle the election, but he was not worried that Tsang may be his competitor.

Woo indicated that CY Leung gave the election of Chief Executive was shocked. He explained that CY Leung was just exacting the work of election in the past few days, so he did not understand why he make this decision. However, he felt happy when he heard this news. --145041 2016年12月13日 (二) 17:25 (CST)


Comment:

Chief Executive contender Woo Kwok-hing vowed he would persuade Beijing to let Hong Kong vetting mainland immigrants arriving the city through the one-way permit system. Speaking at Shue Yan University’s general assembly on Tuesday, the outspoken contender said he would tackle the highly contentious issue step-by-step. The one-way permit allows up to 150 mainlanders settle in Hong Kong on a daily basis on the ground of family reunion. However, the permit is issued by the mainland authorities. The administration in Hong Kong has no control over who qualifies settling in the city. Calls on Hong Kong vetting the immigrants intensifies in recent years. “To begin with, we can ask the Central Government to let us decide the criteria of 50 immigrants. We can use this quota that we can control to attract talents the city needs. Gradually, we ask the Central Government to let us vet all the immigrants coming under the one-way permit arrangement,” Woo said.

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