Labour Party (Hong Kong)

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Labour Party
工黨
Chairman Lee Cheuk-yan
Vice-Chairmen Fernando Cheung
Tam Chun-yin
Cheng Sze-lut
Founded 18 December 2011 (2011-12-18)
Headquarters 19/F, Wing Wong
Commercial Bldg,
557-559 Nathan Road,
Kowloon, Hong Kong
Ideology Environmentalism
Social democracy
Social liberalism
Political position Centre-left
Regional affiliation Pan-democracy camp
Colours      Orange
Legislative Council
4 / 70
District Councils
0 / 507
Website
www.labour.org.hk
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The Labour Party is a centre-left social democratic political party in Hong Kong. It was founded on 18 December 2011 by a group of politicians led by Lee Cheuk-yan. The party's Legislative Councillors are Lee Cheuk-yan for the New Territories West, Cyd Ho for Hong Kong Island, Fernando Cheung for New Territories East and Cheung Kwok-che for the social welfare functional constituency.

Performance in elections[edit]

Legislative Council elections[edit]

Election Number of
popular votes
 % of
popular votes
GC
seats
FC
seats
Total seats +/− Position
2012 112,140Steady 4.19Steady 3 1
4 / 70
1Increase 6thIncrease

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