John Li Ka-chiu (second left) meets with representatives of the agriculture and fisheries sector in Aberdeen on May 3, 2022. (CALVIN NG / CHINA DAILY)
Chief executive hopeful John Lee Ka-chiu will hold a campaign rally at 4 pm on Friday in the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre — just two days before the Sunday election.
The election, which will take place at the Convention and Exhibition Centre, will begin at 9 am on Sunday, with the first round of voting running until 11:30 am
More than 1,000 invitees are expected to attend the hourlong rally. Those present will include members of the Election Committee, which is tasked with selecting the city’s leader; members of Lee’s campaign office; Lee’s advisers; and youth representatives.
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Different guests will share their views at the rally, and Lee will talk with them and answer questions.
Lee, the city’s former No 2 official, met on Monday with members of the social welfare and religious sector, and the medical and healthcare service sector to hear their views. In a media briefing on Monday afternoon, Lee said he will continue to communicate with various sectors to explain to them his election manifesto.
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On Tuesday, Lee met with representatives of the agriculture and fisheries sector, and also greeted the public on the streets of Aberdeen.
The election, which will take place at the Convention and Exhibition Centre, will begin at 9 am on Sunday, with the first round of voting running until 11:30 am.
John Li Ka-chiu greets members of the public on the streets in Aberdeen on May 3, 2022.
(CALVIN NG / CHINA DAILY)
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On Sunday, the Hong Kong police deployed various counterterrorism units to conduct high-profile patrols and drills near Wan Chai to ensure that the chief executive election is carried out safely.