The present arrangements for chief executive nomination is virtually guaranteed to produce not fewer than two and not more than four candidates. The present arrangements for chief executive nomination is virtually guaranteed to produce not fewer than two and not more than four candidates.
The present arrangements for chief executive nomination is virtually guaranteed to produce not fewer than two and not more than four candidates.

'Collective nomination' does not accord with Basic Law

Mike Rowse says entry into chief executive race is restrictive enough

The present arrangements for chief executive nomination is virtually guaranteed to produce not fewer than two and not more than four candidates. The present arrangements for chief executive nomination is virtually guaranteed to produce not fewer than two and not more than four candidates.
The present arrangements for chief executive nomination is virtually guaranteed to produce not fewer than two and not more than four candidates.
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