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Urban development should open for discussing, Eddie Chu says

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Urban development should open for discussing, Eddie Chu says By Janet Lee


Newly-elected lawmaker Eddie Chu Hoi-dick, pays close attention to land use in Hong Kong, said urban development should be fair, justice and democracy.


Speaking at Shue Yan University's assembly, the founder of Land Justice League said urban development was decided by landowners and the capitalists whose friend is government.


“Driving people who cannot burden the price of living away from the urban area is the situation now,” Chu said.


Chu said, Urban Renewal Authority cooperates with developers, leading the residential units reduced.


Old urban public housing was sold to developers for building, such as Wong Chuk Hang Estate, Chu said.


Chu added, the property above the MTR is also an example.


“If half of these three types of housing change to be the residential units that can be afforded by people, the situation of housing problem will relieve,” Chu said.

Comment:

Eddie Chu Hoi-dick, the legislator who exposed the Wan Chau housing scandal, said he would not rush to use the legislature's special power to investigate whether officials had any wrong doings in the incident.

Speaking at Shue Yan University's general assembly, Chu explained that it was impossible to involve the Power and Privilege Ordinance without the support of the pro-establishment camp.

Chu vowed that he would press the government to release documents related to the Wan Chau scandal.

The Wang Chau housing scandal captured public attention and underwent severe press scrutiny the past weeks after the newly-elected legislator sought police protection as his life was under threat.

Chu accused the government for bowing to pressure by slashing the total number of public units in Wang Chau from the proposed 17,000 units to 4,000 units.

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