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Preparing for the Chief Executive election, Regina Ip says

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Preparing for the Chief Executive election, Regina Ip says

By Eunice Ng, 22th November, 2016


Regina Ip Lau Suk-yee, the chairperson of New People’s Party, said she was preparing for the election of Chief Executive at Shue Yan University assembly today.


Ip said she needed to spend time and effort on the political campaign, election team members and political program so she was in the preparing stage of Chief Executive.


Talking about the policy of Hong Kong in the future, Ip said she will tackle the problem of land shortage first if she can be the Chief Executive.


“Housing Authority lack of lands while there were 300 thousand people were waiting for the public housing estate,” she said.


“To solve the problem of land shortage, Hong Kong government should set up the system of land bank to save the land,” she added.


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Regina Ip Lau Suk-yee, pro-Beijing legislator and potential candidate for the city’s Chief Executive, hinted that she would amend the law so the government could resume private land in the name of building a land bank if she won the top job. Outlining her vision for Hong Kong in Shue Yan University’s general assembly on Tuesday, Ip stressed that land and housing would be her priority area. Ip said the government does not have a land bank. She blamed for Land Resumption Ordinance for land shortage. “The government is only allowed to resume land for public purpose, and public purpose is restricted to use, such as building a road. In the future, the government should be allowed to resume private land for building a land reserve,” she said. However, she stopped short on announcing her candidature for the race on the ground that nomination would start in February next year. Ip made the remarks as the city’s business and professional elite are campaigning for seats of the Election Committee. Voting will take place in three weeks, on 11 December. The 1,200-member committee, dominated by pro-Beijing conglomerates, will be responsible for electing the city’s mayor. Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying won the 2012 mayor contest by obtaining 689 votes in the committee.

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