Government officers tally votes for the Election Committee race at a counting station in Wan Chai in September. Photo: Sam Tsang
Government officers tally votes for the Election Committee race at a counting station in Wan Chai in September. Photo: Sam Tsang

Streamline procedures, improve in ‘areas of incompetence’ for coming Hong Kong polls, election watchdog says

  • Electoral Affairs Commission says prolonged counting time for Election Committee race in September was ‘far beyond expectations’
  • Its report offers 8 measures, including fixing programming errors in Electronic Poll Register system, increasing number of polling stations and better planning

Topic |   Hong Kong elections
Government officers tally votes for the Election Committee race at a counting station in Wan Chai in September. Photo: Sam Tsang
Government officers tally votes for the Election Committee race at a counting station in Wan Chai in September. Photo: Sam Tsang
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