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Where they stand on the issues – District Council ‘superseats’

Where they stand on the issues – District Council ‘superseats’

The last installment of “Where they stand on the issues” covers the District Council functional constituency, popularly known as ‘superseats’. The recent withdrawal of three pan-democrat candidate lists has intensified competition for two candidate lists vying for the fifth seat in the functional constituency.

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Where they stand on the issues – New Territories East

Where they stand on the issues – New Territories East

In this installment of our series on how Legislative Council election candidates responded to the questions first time voters told us they most wanted to ask them, we turn to the geographical constituency with the most competing lists, New Territories East.

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Where they stand on the issues – New Territories West

Where they stand on the issues – New Territories West

New Territories West candidates answer questions on the issues first-time voters care the most about Today, in our series on how  candidates responded to the questions first time voters told us they most wanted to ask them, we turn to the hotly contested New Territories West Constituency where 20 lists are vying for nine seats. […]

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Where they stand on the issues – Kowloon East

Where they stand on the issues – Kowloon East

In the third part of our series on where candidates stand on issues first-time voters in Sunday’s Legislative Council Election care most about, we look at Kowloon East.

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Where they stand on the issues – Kowloon West

Where they stand on the issues – Kowloon West

In the second part of our series on where candidates stand on issues first-time voters in Sunday’s Legislative Council Election care most about, we look at Kowloon West.

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Where they stand on the issues – Hong Kong Island

Where they stand on the issues – Hong Kong Island

If you’re confused by the political platforms of the unprecedented number of candidates standing in Sunday’s Legislative Council election, then check out our tables outlining their stances on issues that matter most to young people.

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