With polling four days away, Mozart Lui Yat-ming says the election is over. The Citizens Party hopeful is to retire from the campaign trail over the next few days. 'Voters don't want to be disturbed when making decisions,' he said. 'After all, it's useless to study on the day of the examination. That's what I found in secondary school.' He is considering making himself available 'somewhere' on Sunday for those eager to catch a glimpse of him. The Liberal Party ticket in Kowloon West also thinks it's time to give voters a break, albeit a small one. In an event entitled 'Election Evening - Full Encounter' to be held tonight, with Ringo Chiang Sai-cheong, Chan Noi-yue and Edward Li King-wah, time has been set aside to enjoy a spot of karaoke with the Liberals' supporters. However, also included is an hour-long session for Mr Chiang to deliver their party platform. Rural leader Lau Wong-fat has floated a unique way to punish him if the Heung Yee Kuk is defeated. 'Maybe they'll make me resign or punish me by making me act as the chairman for 10 more years - or make me eat abalone every day to make my stomach ache,' he suggested.