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The demand of priority seats will be increased in the future, Alfred Chan says

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The demand of priority seats will be increased in the future

By Eunice Ng, 11th October, 2016


Alfred Chan, the chairperson of Equal Opportunities Commission, said the demand of priority seats will be increased in the future.


Speaking at Shue Yan University’s general assembly, Chan said the number of priority seats increased from two to four is the progress only, the demand of priority sears will be increased in the future.


“Some teenagers sit on priority seats and the others take photos and put in on the Internet for cyber trial, “he said.


“We should respect each other,” he added.


“If I get on the MTR with a crutch, I will ask for the seats when I am in need. Teenagers should also keep eyes on the environment,” Chan said.


Comment: 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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