Tuesday, May 26, 2015   

Labor Party to propose no-confidence motion against Ng
(06-25 14:04)

The Labor Party says it'll propose a motion of no-confidence in the chairman of the Finance Committee, Ng Leung-sing, over his handling of last Friday's meeting on the proposed Northeast New Territories Development plan.
Party chairman, Lee Cheuk-yan, accused Ng of being unfair in chairing the meeting.
He cited a vote taken that should've lasted for one minute but instead took nearly two.
Lee said Ng was stalling to allow more pro-establishment lawmakers to return to the meeting to vote. --RTHK   
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