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Michael Degolyer

Who said it?

So the government spent whatever they spent - no doubt registered post plus time to write the letters and so on - then my cost, all over two cents!

Monday, 5 November, 2012, 2:32am

Election Committee members spent hundreds to fix 2-cent errors

Some Election Committee candidates were forced to spend as much as HK$700 to fix two-cent campaign-finance errors, it was revealed. This follows news last month that the officers overspent to fix an 80-cent error on one candidate's account.

5 Nov 2012 - 5:45am

Elections could see 'political tsunami'

If enough people vote, pro-government parties might be ousted, pollster says

Tomorrow's district council elections could be a 'political tsunami' where a massive turnout of voters pushes pro-government parties out of power, according to a veteran pollster.

22 Nov 2003 - 12:00am

Shifting sands

When he announced statistics showing a steep rise in those who say they would rather live abroad, Michael DeGolyer of the Hong Kong Transition Project appended a qualifying remark. Given the choice, he would opt for the south of France. Who wouldn't, he asked.

20 May 2000 - 12:00am

The Interview

MICHAEL DEGOLYER is director of the Hong Kong Transition Project and even if you think you've never heard of him, you probably have: he reckons he has given at least 1,600 interviews in the past decade to journalists, businessmen, government officials and schools.

13 Jun 1999 - 12:00am