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Will you cast your vote, and make your choice – for the Rule of Law & Freedoms?

Defend the Rule of Law
Stand firm for democracy

Choose no.1 Au Nok-Hin

今次選舉,政府再度因政見奪三位立法會參選人的資格。周庭形容,這是中共對一整代人的政治清算。

參選權,是每一個人都能享有的基本公民權利。一個公平、中立的政府,絕對不應因為政見而取消任何人的候選人資格。

 

香港引以為傲的、廉潔公平的法治制度,正逐漸變成人治。

反人治 反DQ 票投1號

  • A community cannot survive without a solid system of institution. Unfortunately, Hong Kong is moving backward. As demonstrated by Li Fei’s proud proclamation that “his words carries enormous weight (as if it is the law)” , Beijing clearly ignores Hong Kong laws and even the Basic Law in the advancement of their political agenda. Hong Kong, in my humble opinion, should be a place where the law limits the government’s power; system and justice should be practiced and respected. All men are equal and their human rights and liberty are protected before the law. The beauty of our city rests not on skyscrapers or millionaires, but on her own citizens, working hard to the best of their abilities, in a fair and just system.
  • Genuine Rule of Law is not determined by the Beijing authorities. “One Country Two Systems” emphasises on the separation, rather than the concentration, of powers. It thrives on diversity, not monopoly. In this battle of rule of law against rule of man, I call for your support. We must protect the rule of law in order to safeguard the interests of all of us and for justice.
  • “Fight for our city and be responsible for our generation.” I pledge to serve this city against authoritarian rule and to protect Hong Kong from it. I fight for our generation and those to come. I urge you to do the same.
  • I am Au Nok-hin, the only recommended candidate by the democratic camp for the 2018 LegCo By-election for Hong Kong Island. On 11 March, please speak your voice with your vote. Against rule by man! Defend justice!

 

Education:

School children face heavy pressure due to the large amount of homework since primary one. There is a shortage in university places and limited pathways for further studies. On the other hand, schools face pressure of student enrollment as there is a decline in school-aged population. They also lack the resources to hire regular teachers. The teachers are overloaded with administrative work and has less time to focus on teaching.
As an educator, I believe a full review of the Hong Kong education system is needed, in order to promote diversified development, holistic approach as well as focusing on stress relief, so that a win-win situation is created for the family, school, teacher and students.

Housing: 

There have been a shortage for houses in Hong Kong, let alone public housing. The government must prioritise developing brown fields, unused lands etc, cool down the property market and raise housing supplies.
Besides, I am the secretary for the Incorporated Owners of  Lei Tung Estate. I truly understands the management and supervision needed for private housing. Be it private housing repair work or management issues, abuses like bid rigging and mismanagement may happen, eroding the interests of tenants and landlords.

Economic: 

The economy of Hong Kong is monotonous, in addition much affected by monopolies. Small-middle enterprises faces increasing rent, all caused by land speculation and deregulation of finances.

 

Transportation: 

Transportation planning – Break the railway-based policy and facilitate competition from other transportation companies. Reform the pricing system of the three harbour-crossings to achieve effective traffic redistribution.

  • Bus- Urge the Transportation Department to issue written warning to CityBus and require CityBus to implement the real-time arrival announcement system on Hong Kong Island.
  • MTR- Oppose the current “Fare Adjustment Mechanism”; Monitor the completion of the South Island Line (West), to make sure the continuity from Wong Chuk Hang to HKU station. Open the railway traffic data to public access.

Animal Rights:

Formulate an animal-friendly policy, actively promote and enhance animal-friendly facilities, for example establishing “animal police”, and to have a team of police officers with special training in each district to deal with cases involving animals.
Formulate “zero euthanasia” policy objective and fully implement the ‘Trap-Neuter-Return’ programme.

Culture, Sports:

Create space for local street cultural activities by setting up more performance venues.
Increase sports and leisure facilities on Hong Kong Island and build more small sized sports venues.
Reform the Sport Federation and Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China to increase the transparency of the candidate selection process.

Animal Rights:

Formulate an animal-friendly policy, actively promote and enhance animal-friendly facilities, for example establishing “animal police”, and to have a team of police officers with special training in each district to deal with cases involving animals.
Formulate “zero euthanasia” policy objective and fully implement the ‘Trap-Neuter-Return’ programme.

 

Medical:

  • Increase medical funding to solve the problem of shortage of frontline medical staff
  • Formulate support and protection policies for “rare disease”
  • Develop primary health care and improve diversion of diagnosis and treatment

 

Public Finance:

  • Stop the “White Elephant Projects” and redeploy resources to education, medical and innovative technology expenditure.
  • Cancel the revenue-sharing arrangement of the Capital Works Reserve Fund and the land revenue should be allocated to improve people’s livelihood.

 

Information Technology:

  • Legislate to regulate telemarketing calls to reduce the nuisance caused to the public
  • Enacting legislation on “freedom of information” and “Archives Law”
  • Against Copyright (Amendment) Bill 2014 (“Internet Article 23 “)
  • Open up more TV channels and airwaves

 

Environmental Protection:

  • Reduce the use of high-emission car through tax adjustment. To increase and expand the number, use and types of electric vehicles.
  • Refer to the experience of the Western Wholesale Food Market to encourage the market to promote leftover food recycling.
  • The enactment of “Tree Ordinance”, unifying rights and responsibilities to protect trees.


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