Under the current law, political parties are registered and regulated under the Companies Ordinance and are not required to disclose their donations' origins. Photo: Edward Wong Under the current law, political parties are registered and regulated under the Companies Ordinance and are not required to disclose their donations' origins. Photo: Edward Wong
Under the current law, political parties are registered and regulated under the Companies Ordinance and are not required to disclose their donations' origins. Photo: Edward Wong
Jimmy Lai

Little political consensus on how a party finance law might work

After huge donations from Jimmy Lai came to light, reformers are again seeking more transparency - but few politicians are willing to embrace it

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Under the current law, political parties are registered and regulated under the Companies Ordinance and are not required to disclose their donations' origins. Photo: Edward Wong Under the current law, political parties are registered and regulated under the Companies Ordinance and are not required to disclose their donations' origins. Photo: Edward Wong
Under the current law, political parties are registered and regulated under the Companies Ordinance and are not required to disclose their donations' origins. Photo: Edward Wong
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