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Legislative Council (Powers and Privileges) Ordinance was needed to investigate the Wang Chau development

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By Ling Tang, 27th September, 2016


Last week, the government held a press conference on Wang Chau development, Ray Kwong, Member-elect of the Fifth Term Legco, attended an assembly at SYU on Tuesday talking about he intended to use Legislative Council (Powers and Privileges) Ordinance to investigate the Wang Chau development because the government did not reveal the informal meetings to public.

Kwong said, the third time consultation was held in tearoom, but not held in district council, the way of handling the Wang Chau development was rash. The government just simply notified him about Wang Chau development, but did not consult it from him. He questioned whether the government had been made the way of informal meetings as rationale.

Hong Kong Democracy is a comma, said Kwong. He said, the democratic movement would inevitably encounter a short-term pause, but the democratic process would carry on. He said, when Hong Kong people encountered key moments, they gathered together to reach a consensus, as long as to maintenance the original intention of democracy, which could overcome the upcoming challenges of Hong Kong.

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edited version:

Legislator-elect Roy Kwong C Y has vowed to invoke the P & P ordinance to set up a Legco inquiry into the Wang Chau public housing scandal.

He said a Legco probe would make it mandatory for the government to reveal all relevant details, in particular their three "soft lobbying" meetings wth rural leaders in XXX to the public.

The govenrment has decided to downsize the public housing plan in Yuen Long from its original 17,000 flats to 4,000 after their third meeting with rural leaders. Following the meeting, officials held a separate meeting with Kwong and Wong Wai-yin, who are Yuen Long District Council memebers, on the Wang Chau plan.

Kwong said at a student assem in SYU on Tues the way the government held informal meetings on the housing plan was inappropriate and unreasonable.

He stressed that they were only informed of the 4,000-unit decision, but were never told of the original 17,000-unit plan.

On democratic development, Kwong said the process of democracy has come to a halt, at least in the short-term. "But I am confident the fight for democracy will go on... We will overcome the challenges as long as we hold on to our original intent of fighting for democracy."

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