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New Territories East (constituency)

New Territories East
Geographical Constituency
for the Legislative Council of Hong Kong
Outline map
Boundary of New Territories East in Hong Kong
Region New Territories
Electorate 874,694[1]
Current constituency
Created 1998
Number of members Nine
Member(s) Emily Lau (Democratic)
Ronny Tong (Independent)
Leung Kwok-hung (LSD)
Gary Chan (DAB)
Elizabeth Quat (DAB)
Fernando Cheung (Labour)
Raymond Chan Chi-chuen (People Power)
James Tien (Liberal)
Gary Fan (Neo Democrats)
Created from New Territories South-east,
New Territories East,
New Territories North,
New Territories North-east

New Territories East (or NT East) refers to the eastern part of New Territories in Hong Kong. It includes Sha Tin District, Tai Po District, North District and Sai Kung District. It is the second largest geographical constituency in the Legislative Council of Hong Kong. Although New Territories East is not an official administrative name (it is officially part of the 'New Territories'), many government departments use it as a major administrative division.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Return members 2
    • Summary of seats won 2.1
    • Vote share summary 2.2
  • Election results 3
    • 2010s 3.1
    • 2000s 3.2
    • 1990s 3.3
  • 1995 Constituencies 4
    • New Territories North 4.1
    • New Territories North-east 4.2
    • New Territories South-east 4.3
    • New Territories East 4.4
  • 1991 Constituencies 5
    • New Territories North 5.1
    • New Territories East 5.2
  • 1985–88 Electoral College 6
    • East New Territories 6.1
  • See also 7
  • References 8

History

The constituency was formed since the 1998 legislative election, replacing a number of single-member constituencies in 1995. These were New Territories East and New Territories North in the 1991 election with dual-seat constituency dual vote system and New Territories North, New Territories East, New Territories Northeast, and New Territories Southeast in the 1995 election. From 1985 to 1991, the seats were elected by the electoral colleges composed of the members of the district boards and Regional Council.

LegCo members for former New Territories East constituencies, 1985 – 1997
Election 1985–1988 1988–1991 Election 1991–1995 Election 1995–1997
Part of West New Territories constituency Part of New Territories West constituency New Territories North Cheung Hon-chung
DAB
East New Territories Andrew Wong New Territories North Tik Chi-yuen
Meeting Point (1991–94)
Democratic (1994–95)
Fung Chi-wood
United Democrat (1991–94)
Democratic (1994–95)
New Territories North-east Allen Lee
Liberal
New Territories East Emily Lau
Independent
New Territories East Emily Lau
Frontier (1996–97)
Andrew Wong
Independent
New Territories South-east Andrew Wong
Independent
Part of South New Territories constituency

Return members

Below are all the members since the creation of the New Territories East constituency. The number of seats allocated to New Territories has been increased from 5 to 9 between 1998 and 2012 due to the enlargement.

LegCo members for New Territories East, 1998 onwards
Election 1998 (1st LegCo) 2000 (2nd LegCo) 2004 (3rd LegCo) 2008 (4th LegCo) 2012 (5th LegCo)
Councilor
Party
Emily Lau
Frontier (1998–2008)
Democratic (2008–)
Councilor
Party
Andrew Cheng
Democratic (1998–2010)
Independent (2010–12)
Fernando Cheung
Labour
Councilor
Party
Lau Kong-wah
DAB
Civil Force
Elizabeth Quat
DAB
Councilor
Party
Cyd Ho
Frontier
Wong Sing-chi
Democratic
James Tien
Liberal
Wong Sing-chi
Democratic
Ray Chan
People Power
Frontier
Councilor
Party
Andrew Wong
Independent
Leung Kwok-hung
April Fifth Action (2004–06)
LSD (2006–)
Councilor
Party
New Seat Ronny Tong
Independent (2004–06)
Civic (2006–15)
Independent (2015)
Councilor
Party
New Seat Li Kwok-ying
DAB
Gary Chan
DAB
Councilor
Party
New Seat James Tien
Liberal
Councilor
Party
New Seat Gary Fan
Neo Democrats

Summary of seats won

1998 2000 2004 2008 2012
Frontier 2 1 1 1
Democratic 1 2 1 2 1
DAB 1 1 2 2 2
Liberal 1 1
April Fifth Action 1
LSD 1 1
Civic 1 1
Labour 1
People Power 1
Neo Democrats 1
Independent 1 1 1
Pro-democracy 4 4 4 5 6
Pro-Beijing 1 1 3 2 3
Seats 5 5 7 7 9

Vote share summary

1998 2000 2004 2008 2012
Frontier 30.8 20.6 11.2 9.2
Democratic 25.6 24.4 16.8 23.8 14.7
DAB 17.2 21.8 22.1 28.4 18.2
Liberal 10.3 5.0 15.9 8.0 6.7
Citizens 0.7
April Fifth Action 5.9 14.1
Progressive Alliance 2.9 3.3
CTU 5.6
LSD 12.4 10.4
Civic 11.1 7.1
Labour 9.5
People Power 8.2
Neo Democrats 6.2
FTU 5.3
Civil Force 5.2
Economic Synergy 1.2
Independent 15.4 19.3 11.0 7.1 7.9
Pro-democracy 70.6 65.6 58.7 56.5 57.4
Pro-Beijing 29.4 34.4 41.3 42.1 42.4

Election results

The largest remainder method (with Hare quota) of the proportional representative electoral system was introduced in 1998, replacing the single-member constituencies of the 1995 election. Elected candidates are shown in bold. Brackets indicate the quota + remainder.

2010s

Legislative Election 2012: New Territories East
List Candidates Votes % ±%
LSD Leung Kwok-hung 48,295 10.39 −2.01
DAB Elizabeth Quat
Chong Yuen-tung, Li Sai-wing, Philip Li Ka-leung, Tung Kin-lei, Ki Lai-mei, Wong Ping-fan
46,139 9.93 N/A
DAB Chan Hak-kan
Lau Kwok-fan, Wong Pik-kiu, Larm Wai-leung, Clement Woo Kin-man, Yiu Ming
40,977 8.82 −19.58
Labour Cheung Chiu-hung
Kwok Wing-kin
39,650 8.53 N/A
People Power (Frontier) Raymond Chan Chi-chuen
Erica Yuen Mi-ming
38,042 8.19 N/A
Democratic Emily Lau Wai-hing
Ricky Or Yiu-lam, Frankie Lam Siu-ching, Lam Wing-yin
37,039 7.97 −1.23
Civic Ronny Tong Ka-wah
Alvin Yeung Ngok-kiu
32,753 7.05 −4.05
Liberal James Tien Pei-chun
Selina Chow Liang Shuk-yee, Leung Chi-wai, Liu Kwok-wah
31,016 6.67 −1.33
Neo Democrats Gary Fan Kwok-wai
Yam Kai-bong, Leung Li, Leung Wing-hung, Kwan Wing-yip, Yau Man-chun, Chung Kam-lun, Cheung Kwok-keung, Michael Yung Ming-chau
28,621 6.16 N/A
Independent Christine Fong Kwok-shan 24,594 5.29 N/A
FTU Ip Wai-ming, Wong Wang-to, Ching Ngon-lai, Kan Siu-kei, Kent Tsang King-chung, Cheung Kwok-wo 24,458 5.26 N/A
Civil Force (New Forum) Scarlett Pong Oi-lan, Lanny Tam, Law Kwong-keung, Chan Kwok-tim, So Chun-man, Lam Chung-yan, Leung Ka-fai, Chan Man-kuen, Tang Wing-cheong 23,988 5.16 −0.54
Democratic Wong Sing-chi, Law Sai-yan 21,118 4.54 −7.66
Democratic Richard Tsoi Yiu-cheong, Au Chun-wah, Mak Yun-pui, Kwong Mei-na 10,028 2.16 N/A
Nonpartisan Pong Yat-ming 6,031 1.30 N/A
Economic Synergy Yau Wing-kwong, Tong Po-chun, Chan Cho-leung, Pang Shu-wan, Lau Wai-lun, Shing Kwok-chu, Man Chen-fai, Tang Kwong-wing, Lok Shui-sang 5,717 1.23 N/A
Independent Raymond Ho Man-kit 2,875 0.62 N/A
Nonpartisan Chan Kwok-keung 2,327 0.50 N/A
Independent Angel Leung On-kay 1,077 0.23 N/A
Turnout 464,745 53.37 +9.12
New Territories East by-election 2010[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
LSD Leung Kwok-hung 108,927 73.2
Tertiary 2012 Crystal Chow Ching 17,260 11.6
Nonpartisan James Chan Kwok-keung 7,310 4.9
Nonpartisan Wu Sai-chuen 2,783 1.9
Turnout 148,835 17.23
LSD hold Swing

2000s

Legislative Election 2008: New Territories East[3]
List Candidates Votes % ±%
DAB Lau Kong-wah, Chan Hak-kan
Mok Kam-kwai, Wong Pik-kiu, Chan Kwok-kai, Lau Kwok-fan, Calvin Lin Chor-keung
102,434 28.4
(14.29+14.09)
+6.26
LSD Leung Kwok-hung 44,763 12.4 −1.74
Democratic Nelson Wong Sing-chi
Mok Siu-lun
44,174 12.2 N/A
Democratic Andrew Cheng Kar-foo
Yam Kai-bong, Shirley Ho Suk-ping, Leung Li, Kwan Wing-yip, Michael Yung Ming-chau, Frankie Lam Siu-chung
41,931 11.6 N/A
Civic Ronny Tong Ka-wah
Tsang Kwok-fung, Tsang Kin-chiu
39,957 11.1 N/A
Frontier Emily Lau Wai-hing
Ricky Or Yiu-lam
33,205 9.2 N/A
Liberal James Tien Pei-chun, Terry Kan Wing-fai 28,875 8.0 −7.91
Independent Scarlett Pong Oi-lan 20,455 5.7 N/A
Nonpartisan Alvin Lee Chi-wing 4,007 1.1 N/A
Party for Civil Rights and Livelihood Siu See-kong, David Yung Chiu-wing 1,129 0.3 N/A
Turnout 360,930 44.25 −12.17
Legislative Election 2004: New Territories East[4]
List Candidates Votes % ±%
7.1 United Front Andrew Cheng Kar-foo, Emily Lau Wai-hing, Ronny Tong Ka-wah
Wong Sing-chi, Richard Tsoi Yiu-cheong, Shirley Ho Suk-ping, Ricky Or Yiu-lam
168,833 39.17
(14.29+14.29+10.59)
N/A
DAB Lau Kong-wah, Li Kwok-ying
Mok Kam-kwai, Chan Kwok-tai, So Sai-chi, Wong Pik-kiu, Chan Hak-kan
95,434 22.14
(14.29+7.85)
+0.39
Liberal James Tien Pei-chun 68,560 15.91 +10.89
April Fifth Action Leung Kwok-hung 60,925 14.14 +8.22
Nonpartisan Andrew Wong Wang-fat 23,081 5.36 −10.64
Progressive Alliance Tso Wung-Wai 14,174 3.29 +0.42
Turnout 431,007 56.42 +11.64
Legislative Election 2000: New Territories East[5]
List Candidates Votes % ±%
DAB Lau Kong-wah
Wan Yuet-kau, Wong Mo-tai, Wan Chung-ping, Li Kwok-ying
66,943 21.75
(20+1.75)
+4.58
Frontier Emily Lau Wai-hing
Richard Tsoi Yiu-cheong
63,541 20.64
(20+0.64)
−10.17
Democratic Andrew Cheng Kar-foo
Gary Fan Kwok-wai, Shirley Ho Suk-ping, Leung Wing-hung, Kwan Wing-yip
49,242 16.00 N/A
Nonpartisan Andrew Wong Wang-fat 44,899 14.59 +1.16
Democratic Wong Sing-chi
Chow Wai-tung, Wong Leung-hi
25,971 8.44 N/A
April Fifth Action Leung Kwok-hung 18,235 5.92 N/A
Liberal Lau Hing-kee, Leung Chi-wai, Susana Ho Shu-tee 15,450 5.02 −5.23
Progressive Alliance Choy Kan-pui, Ling Man-hoi, Cheng Chun-wo, Ho Sau-mo 8,835 2.87 N/A
Nonpartisan Brian Kan Ping-chee 7,945 2.58 +0.57
New Forum Law Cheung-kwok 6,774 2.20 N/A
Turnout 307,835 44.78 −11.1

1990s

Legislative Election 1998: New Territories East[6]
List Candidates Votes % ±%
Frontier Emily Lau Wai-hing, Cyd Ho Sau-lan 101,811 30.81
(20+10.81)
Democratic Andrew Cheng Kar-foo
Wong Sing-chi, Lam Wing-yin, Ho Suk-ping
84,629 25.61
(20+5.61)
DAB Lau Kong-wah
Cheung Hon-chung, Chan Ping, Wan Yuet-kau, Wong Mo-tai
56,731 17.17
Independent Andrew Wong Wang-fat 44,386 13.43
Liberal Allen Lee Peng-fei, Wong Yiu-chee, Cheng Chee-kwok 33,858 10.25
Nonpartisan Brian Kan Ping-chee 6,637 2.01
Citizens Lui Yat-ming 2,302 0.72
Turnout 330,434 55.88

1995 Constituencies

New Territories North

Legislative Election 1995: New Territories North[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
DAB Cheung Hon-chung 17,026 50.07
Democratic Wong Sing-chi 16,978 49.93
Majority 48 0.14
DAB win (new seat)

New Territories North-east

Legislative Election 1995: New Territories North-east[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Allen Lee Peng-fei 15,216 34.82
DAB Cheung Hok-ming 12,256 28.04
Democratic Cheung Wing-fai 11,507 26.33
United Ants Law Yuk-kai 4,723 10.81
Majority 2,960 6.78
Liberal win (new seat)

New Territories South-east

Legislative Election 1995: New Territories South-east[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Andrew Wong Wang-fat 23,666 47.83
United Ants Harold Ko Ping-chung 13,828 27.95
DAB William Wan Hon-cheung 11,987 24.23
Majority 9,838 19.88
Independent win (new seat)

New Territories East

Legislative Election 1995: New Territories East[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Emily Lau Wai-hing 39,265 58.51
Civil Force Lau Kong-wah 27,841 41.49
Majority 11,424 17.02
Independent win (new seat)

1991 Constituencies

Dual-seat constituency dual vote system was used with two seats to be filled in each constituency.

New Territories North

Legislative Election 1991: New Territories North
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
United Democrats Fung Chi-wood 23,267 27.3
Meeting Point Tik Chi-yuen 21,702 25.5
LDF Cheung Hon-chung 16,221 19.1
LDF Johnny Wong Chi-keung 15,350 18.0
ADPL Ronald Chow Mei-tak 7,117 8.4
Independent Tong Wai-man 1,449 1.7
Turnout 46,644 38.2
United Democrats win (new seat)
Meeting Point win (new seat)

New Territories East

Legislative Election 1991: New Territories East
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Emily Lau Wai-hing 46,515 26.3
Independent Andrew Wong Wang-fat 39,806 22.5
Independent Tony Kan Chung-nin 37,126 21.0
United Democrats Lau Kong-wah 26,659 15.1
United Democrats Johnston Wong Hong-chung 26,156 14.8
Independent Sunny Choi Man-hing 348 0.2
Independent Leung Ka-ching 306 0.2
Turnout 96,637 49.0
Independent win (new seat)
Independent win (new seat)

1985–88 Electoral College

East New Territories

Legislative Election 1988: East New Territories
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Nonpartisan Andrew Wong Wang-fat 30 54.55 -0.85
Meeting Point Lai Kam-cheung 25 45.45
Nonpartisan hold Swing
Legislative Election 1985: East New Territories
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Nonpartisan Andrew Wong Wang-fat 29 53.70
Nonpartisan Pang Hang-yin 25 46.30
Nonpartisan Liu Ching-leung 0 0
Nonpartisan Wong Yuen-cheung 0 0
Nonpartisan Wai Hon-leung 0 0
Nonpartisan win (new seat)

See also

References

  1. ^ "Voter Registration Statistics". Hong Kong Government. 24 October 2012. Retrieved 24 March 2013. 
  2. ^ http://www.elections.gov.hk/legco2010by/eng/results_LC5.html
  3. ^ "2008 Legislative Election". Electoral Affairs Commission. 8 September 2008. Retrieved 9 March 2012. 
  4. ^ "2004 Legislative Election". Electoral Affairs Commission. 15 December 2004. Retrieved 9 March 2012. 
  5. ^ http://www.elections.gov.hk/elections/legco2000/update/result/index_c.htm
  6. ^ http://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/199805/25/0525201.htm
  7. ^ http://ebook.lib.hku.hk/HKG/B35838851.pdf
  8. ^ http://ebook.lib.hku.hk/HKG/B35838851.pdf
  9. ^ http://ebook.lib.hku.hk/HKG/B35838851.pdf
  10. ^ http://ebook.lib.hku.hk/HKG/B35838851.pdf
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