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Labour Do Not Need Wingman

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Labour Do Not Need Wingman

Reporter:--095124 楊秀文 YEUNG, SAU MAN 2011年11月15日 (二) 23:38 (UTC)


Lee Cheuk-yan was lost in the District Council Election because of who he is but not his labour party.

Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions (HKFTU) defeated Lee Cheuk-yan with a new star. Although HKFTU is pro-Beijing, its representatives still won most elections this year. “This showed voters voted for people but not their political stand,((stance?))” said by Chau Yick, the former Deputy General Manager of Wen Wei Pao. ((a bit wordy but ok))

After handling a left wing newspaper for year, Chau discovered political stand could not apply on labour party. “Labour party has a function of preserve its labour’s benefits but not to attack others political parties,” he said. He did not support the idea of labour party to have such clear political stand. ((good))

On the other side, Lee Cheuk-yan, who represents another right-winged labour party, did multiple mistakes in this election. “He took the political stand of labour party too serious. Therefore he attacked competitors from the left wing vocally. No one from the other sides attacked him. He lost for the political sense,” Chau explained.

Chau said Lee Cheuk-yan misunderstood the importance of political stand in a labour party and then neglect the significance of social issues to his voters, therefore “he put his strategy on the wrong side”. “He lost his most points on social issues, for examples the right of living in Hong Kong of foreign laborers. When he did not meet the expectations with his voters on social issues, most people lost confidence on him and thus chose not to vote to him,” he added. ((ample body and good angle...adequate throughout))

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