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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