Resumption of the Finance Committee of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong

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 Resumption of the Finance Committee of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong


Chen Jianbo (Tuyuan: Orange News)

Overseas Network, October 11 - 11, the Finance Committee of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong took the lead in resuming its meeting and will elect a new chairman and vice-chairman according to the agenda of the meeting. Before the meeting began, some opposition members made trouble in the meeting room, and then were warned and expelled from the meeting room by Chen Jianbo, who was competing for re-election as chairman of the Finance Committee.

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According to the reports of Wen Bao and Orange News in Hong Kong, the first Finance Committee meeting of the Legislative Council building damaged by the anti-revision demonstrators will be held early today (11), and a new chairman and vice-chairman will be elected according to the agenda of the meeting. The meeting was held at 9 a.m., but before it started, opposition MPs were openly disturbing the conference room in an attempt to disrupt the agenda.

Opposition MPs disrupted the agenda and were expelled (source: Hong Kong Wen Bao)

Reported that the first opposition MP District Noxuan protest rules were wrong, then the rioters Zhu Kaidi in the seats raised signs and shouted loudly, and Chen Jianbo, who was competing for re-election as chairman of the Finance Committee, then severely warned the two, and expelled them from the conference hall, announcing that the meeting was suspended for five minutes.

At 9:15, when the meeting formally began to enter the process of electing the chairman, Chen Jianbo withdrew the decision of Noxuan and Ju Kaidi in the expulsion area and allowed them to return to the conference room and continue the meeting.

The Finance Committee of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong will begin its new session next Wednesday (16), and will take the lead in electing the Chairman and Vice-Chairman on 11. Chen Jianbo, the current chairman of the Legislative Council Finance Committee, is competing for re-election.

On October 10, Chen Jianbo said in an interview that 44 items of the agenda had been backlogged in the previous legislative year, involving more than 70 billion yuan. It is expected that the Finance Committee of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong will give priority to the approval of livelihood projects, including civil servantssalary increases, hospital reconstruction and expansion projects. Regarding the proposal that opposition MPs should send letters to the HKSAR government asking the Hong Kong police to vote separately when considering the salary increase for civil servants, Chen Jianbo said that the proposal had been rejected by the HKSAR government and that the Finance Committee respected the decision of the HKSAR government.

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