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Philip Wong

'No collusion' over killing debate, proposer insists

The lawmaker who on Thursday proposed killing the legislative filibuster denied colluding with the Legco president to invoke a never-before-used power to do so.

Saturday, 19 May, 2012, 12:00am

'No collusion' over killing debate, proposer insists

The lawmaker who on Thursday proposed killing the legislative filibuster denied colluding with the Legco president to invoke a never-before-used power to do so.

Pro-government lawmaker Philip Wong Yu-hong did not speak during the 33-hour debate until he made a surprising request at 4.30am - asking Tsang Yok-sing to terminate the debate.

19 May 2012 - 12:00am

'No collusion' over debate, Legco president insists

Legislative Council president Tsang Yok-sing knew in advance that pro-government lawmaker Philip Wong Yu-hong was going to propose killing the filibuster on Thursday.

Legco secretary-general Pauline Ng Man-wah said last night she had informed Tsang on Wednesday that Wong was planning to propose terminating the debate after Wong had made inquiries about the rules of procedure.

19 May 2012 - 12:00am

Fok tops Legco no-show list again

As the Legislative Council heads into its last session before elections in September next year, its least active lawmakers have failed to show any sign of revival from their torpor.

16 Aug 2011 - 12:00am

Under observation

Details from Tsui Po-ko's surveillance notes on ...

Philip Wong

March 10, 2005

0843 hrs Entered Legco, has a driver. Not yet seen car plate number

May 25, 2005

1040 hrs White seven-person car, driver

October 19, 2005

1100 hrs Legco

1230 hrs Car left, turned right

Raymond Wu

28 Mar 2007 - 12:00am

Gaining of precious knowledge makes sacrifice worthwhile

PHILIP WONG has sacrificed three years of precious weekends with family and friends to work for a double master's degree with Macquarie Graduate School of Management (MGSM) in Australia.

But the assistant director of technology at the South China Morning Post has no regrets.

5 Aug 2006 - 12:00am

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