|Member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong|
1 October 2008 – 30 September 2012
|Preceded by||Yeung Sum|
|Succeeded by||Sin Chung-kai|
|Constituency||Hong Kong Island|
1 November 1960 |
|Political party||Democratic Party|
|Alma mater||City Polytechnic of Hong Kong
Hong Kong Baptist University
Kam Nai-wai MH (Chinese: 甘乃威; pinyin: Gān Naǐweī; born 1960, Hong Kong) is a founding member of the Democratic Party, and a member of Central and Western District Council. He is also a former member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong (Geographical constituency, Hong Kong Island). His profession is as a social worker and he is a director of an IT company.
In 2007, Kam planned to participate in Hong Kong Island by-election, 2007 after the former chairman of DAB, Ma Lik, died of colon cancer. He later withdrew from the election process, denying that it was under pressure from fellow democrats who feared splitting the vote with Anson Chan. He won praise for his support for victims of the Lehman minibonds saga in 2008.
Views, policy positions and Legco voting
In June 2010, he voted with the party in favour of the government’s 2012 constitutional reform package, which included the late amendment by the Democratic Party – accepted by the Beijing government – to hold a popular vote for five new District Council functional constituencies.
Kam is married to Candy.
- (Chinese) Nai Wai Kam's hk.myblog.yahoo website
- Profile of Kam Nai-wai in Democratic Party Website (Chinese Version)
- Central & Western District Council Members (2008 - 2011)
- Democrat faces sexual harassment inquiry, SCMP, Oct 05, 2009
- Feature on Kam Nai-wai in HK Magazine
- Cheers and jeers for political reform vote, SCMP, Gary Cheung, Albert Wong and Fanny WY Fung, 25 June 2010
|Member of the Central and Western District Council
Representative for Sheung Wan
|New constituency||Member of the Urban Council
Representative for Central
|Replaced by Provisional Urban Council|
|New creation||Member of the Provisional Urban Council
|Legislative Council of Hong Kong|
|Member of Legislative Council
Representative for Hong Kong Island