HKSAR Legislative Council

ICAC arrests 72 for alleged vote-rigging in LegCo IT sector
ICAC, 3-Apr-2017
CE & SJ v Yau Wai Ching, Sixtus Leung & LegCo President
HK Court of First Instance, 15-Nov-2016
The summary and judgment in full.
CE & SJ v Yau Wai Ching, Sixtus Leung & LegCo President
HK Court of First Instance, 18-Oct-2016
"there would be significant prejudice caused to the public if Ms Yau and Mr Leung are to be deprived of, in this interim period, to represent their respective electorate in the LegCo" - Justice Thomas Au.
LegCo - who's got religion?
There were 19 oath-taking Christians in last week's LegCo swearing in, 7 non-religious oaths, and 44 affirmations. So who believes in a higher power than Beijing? (16-Oct-2016)
Webb on "Backchat" re Legislative Council elections
RTHK, 2-Sep-2016
Legislator in court over misconduct in public office
ICAC, 24-Jun-2016
ICAC charges Leung Kwok Hung with misconduct in public office
ICAC, 23-Jun-2016
Pro-Beijing group offers HK$50 plan to become LegCo IT sector voters amid ‘vote rigging’ accusations
HK Free Press, 18-Mar-2016
Beijing's 2020 vision for LegCo
In the past few days, it has become clear how Beijing plans to rig the 2020 LegCo elections to claim "universal suffrage" without losing control. This gives even less reason for legislators to approve Beijing's proposal for the 2017 Chief Executive election. (3-Feb-2015)
Ex-legislator Mandy Tam Heung Man charged with bribing electors in failed 2008 bid
ICAC, 27-Oct-2010
Henry Cheng Kar Shun & Stewart Leung Chi Kin v LegCo select committee
HK Court of First Instance, 11-Dec-2009
Henry Cheng Kar Shun & Stewart Leung Chi Kin v LegCo select committee
HK Court of First Instance, 24-Sep-2009
Henry Cheng Kar Shun & Stewart Leung Chi Kin v LegCo select committee
HK Court of First Instance, 6-Aug-2009
Re Henry Cheng Kar Shun & Stewart Leung Chi Kin
HK Court of First Instance, 14-Jul-2009
...and their efforts to avoid the LegCo Select Committee.
LegCo Committee on Members' Interests minutes
HK Legislative Council, 19-Apr-2005
Following a complaint from Webb-site on Philip Wong Yu Hong, the Committee decided that the "Advisory Guidelines on Matters of Ethics" for legislators are unenforcable and that investigating and forming views on the conduct of individual legislators is outside its terms of reference. However, the secretariat was instructed to draft a guideline on requiring that information provided by legislators on their academic qualifications is accurate.
Re Gilbert Leung Kam Ho
HK Court of First Instance, 27-Sep-1994
The Queen v Gilbert Leung Kam Ho
HK Court of Appeal, 20-May-1994

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