By Civic Exchange The Hong Kong Transition Project, commissioned by Civic Exchange, conducted randomly sampled telephone surveys between June and September 2008, and has successfully surveyed 3,749 electors up to this date, including 2,844 geographical constituency electors and 905 functional constituency electors. The aims of the survey include investigating the respondents’ voting desire and preference、attitude [...]
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Civic Exchange organised one full-day seminar with panels to review the 2006 Election Committee subsector election and the 2007 Chief Executive election, as well as to explore reform options for future elections. Civic Exchange invited the following people to form the panel:
By Christine Loh. Published by the Jamestown Foundation. Hong Kong Chief Executive Donald Tsang’s reelection campaign was marked by a gesture symptomatic of his style—a grossly exaggerated and prolonged handshake. While a victory for Donald Tsang was anything but uncertain, both his campaign and handshake exhibited awkwardness as well as a desire to dominate his [...]
By Christine Loh. Speech delivered at an event organised by Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
By Christine Loh. Speech delivered at a HKU Conference “The Role of Political Parties in Hong Kong – The Next 10 Years” on Political Parties, Public Policies and Think Tanks in Hong Kong.
Civic Exchange, along with Hong Kong Policy Research Institute (HKPRI) and SynergyNet organised a forum on the New Chief Executive’s Platform where CE candidates have been asked by the public. Click to download the event summary, press release.
By Christine Loh A listing of proposals for policy making in Hong Kong.
Civic Exchange commissioned the Hong Kong Transition Project to conduct the survey.
For those of you who like numbers… 2nd Analysis [this is the final report to complete this series] A. Where the people’s choice matter … GCs 1. Turnout: Out of 3.207 million registered voters, a total of 1,784 million voted representing a turnout of 55.6%, the highest both in numbers and percentage in Hong Kong’s [...]
Key aspects – The Expected and Unexpected 1st Analysis [there will be a more detailed final report to complete this series] The 2004 LegCo election was characterised by: 1. Poor management of the election with too few ballot boxes and other problems. 2. Ability to get vote splitting strategies right for the Geographical Constituencies (GCs);