Hong Kong Localism Power (2015)

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Hong Kong Localism Power
ChairmanJonathan Ho
Vice-ChairmanEdward Yum
Founded14 March 2015

Hong Kong Localism Power (Chinese: 香港本土力量) is a pro-Beijing conservative political organisation founded in 2015. It is currently headed by Jonathan Ho Chi-kwong.

In the 2016 Hong Kong Legislative Council election, Ho formed a joint ticket with Democratic Progressive Party of Hong Kong chairman Yeung Ke-cheong. Yeung's candidacy was disqualified by the Electoral Affairs Commission as he did not sign both the original and additional confirmation forms to pledge to uphold the Hong Kong Basic Law.[1] Ho led a ticket on his own and ran a negative propaganda against Wong Yuk-man which led to the downfall of Wong, who failed to retain his seat by a margin of 424 votes. Ho himself received 399 votes.

In November 2018 Kowloon West by-election, Ho supported pro-Beijing Chan Hoi-yan.[2]

Performance in elections[edit]

Legislative Council elections[edit]

Election Number of
popular votes
% of
popular votes
Total seats +/− Position
2016 399Steady 0.02Steady 0 0
0 / 70
0Steady Steady


  1. ^ Lam, Jeffie (31 July 2016). "'I was disqualified': second Hong Kong localist candidate barred from running in Legco elections". South China Morning Post.
  2. ^ "何志光在facebook表態支持陳凱欣".