Former Hong Kong No 2 official John Lee Ka-chiu has officially submitted his bid to stand in the chief executive poll in May after securing 786 nominations from the Election Committee, representing more than half of all the voters tasked with picking the city’s next leader.
Speaking to reporters after he handed in his application on Wednesday morning, Lee declined to say whether the overwhelming number of nominations made him a lock for the city’s top job, adding that he would continue with his campaign and had been “working hard to explain to various members what my election platform will be.”
“It is hard at first,” he said of the campaign process. “For example, on a single day, I went round [to] 10 places to explain to various members, and I have been conducting meetings online, and some were made public.”
Lee said there was still “hard work” ahead, and that there was much to prepare for, both before and after the election, adding that he hoped to publish his platform soon.
📷: Sam Tsang/SCMP
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