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Roy Kwong and 16 district councilors see oath taken not approved yet

Roy Kwong and 16 district councilors see oath taken not approved yet

Seventeen district councilors from New Territories West including Roy Kwong Chun-yu may be unseated as they saw the allegiance oath taken on Friday not yet ruled as valid by government.
A total of 68 district councilors attended the oath-taking ceremony on Friday morning. Among them 51 saw their oath ruled as valid by government.

As for 17 of them, the oath administrator – Secretary for Home Affairs Caspar Tsui Ying-wai – had doubts on the validity of the oaths taken by them.

The 17 are:

Tsuen Wan district councilors Lam Sek-tim and Li Hung-por;

Tuen Mun district councilors Tsang Kam-wing and Kenneth Cheung Kam-hung;

Yuen Long district councilors Lai Kwok-wing, Zachary Wong Wai-yin, Roy Kwong Chun-yu, Felix Cheung Chi-yeung, Ng Hin-wang, Chan Mei-lin, Lai Po-wa, Chan Sze-nga and Lee Wai-fung;

Kwai Tsing district councilors Tong Ho-man and Leung Ching-shan;

Islands district councilors Wong Chun-yeung and Sammy Tsui Sang-hung

Letter have been sent to them asking for additional information for Tsui to decide the validity of their oaths.

Four councilors – Poon Chi-kin and Wong Tak-yuen from Tuen Mun, Li Chung-chi from Yuen Long and Kwok Tsz-kin from Kwai Tsing have been unseat immediately for they were absent at the oath-taking ceremony.

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