The rally will be held at Convention & Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai and last for about an hour.
Lee’s campaign office director Tam Yiu-chung told a press briefing that Lee’s campaign office had already sent rally invitations to 1,463 Election Committee members, 58 consultants and the 90-member presidium of Lee’s campaign office.
In the same press briefing, Lee said he had met with the social welfare, religious, medical and health services sectors online on Monday, while he extended his gratitude to those who supported his election manifesto.
During his tenure as Chief Secretary for Administration, Lee exercised his authority to allow CE canadidate to conduct indoor election-related gatherings with members of the Election Committee from April 3 to May 8.
From April 23, candidates whose nominations are validated by the Candidate Eligibility Review Committee could also meet indoors with the public for election-related gatherings.
The security near the Convention & Exhibition Centre has been strengthened. The main polling station for the sixth Chief Executive election on May 8 will be set up on 1/F, Phase 2 of the Centre.
The polling hours will be from 9am to 11.30am, after which votes will be counted in the central counting station and media center on the third floor.
The police said on Sunday that to strengthen cross-unit collaborations, various counter-terrorism units were deployed to conduct joint high profile counter-terrorism patrols in the area of the Convention & Exhibition Centre and several MTR stations to formulate relevant contingency plans to ensure the safety of the Chief Executive election.
Sweden and Finland have formally submitted their applications to join Nato, in one of the biggest geopolitical consequences to date of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.