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CHIEF EXECUTIVE ELECTION ORDINANCE

Ord. No. 21 of 2001

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“authorized representative” (獲授權代表), in relation to a corporate voter, means the person authorized by the corporate voter to cast its vote at a subsector election;

“corporate voter” (團體投票人) means a body that is a voter for a subsector;

“existing functional constituencies final register” (現有功能界別正式選民登記冊) means the final register of electors for functional constituencies compiled under section 32(1) of the Legislative Council Ordinance (Cap. 542) that is in effect on the date of registration of voters for the subsectors;

“existing geographical constituencies final register” (現有地方選區正式選民登記冊) means the final register of electors for geographical constituencies compiled under section 32(1) of the Legislative Council Ordinance (Cap. 542) that is in effect on the date of registration of voters for the subsectors;

“existing subsector final register” (現有界別分組正式投票人登記冊), in relation to—

(a) the compilation of a subsector provisional register to be compiled and published not later than 30 November 2001, means the subsector final register that was compiled and published under section 10 of Schedule 2 to the Legislative Council Ordinance (Cap. 542) in force immediately before the commencement of section 73 of this Ordinance;
(b) the compilation of any other subsector provisional register, means the subsector final register that is in effect under section 15 at the time the subsector provisional register is compiled;

“subsector” (界別分組) means a subsector referred to in section 2(7)(b);

“subsector final register” (界別分組正式投票人登記冊) means the final register to be compiled and published under section 14(1)(b);

“subsector provisional register” (界別分組臨時投票人登記冊) means the provisional register to be compiled and published under section 14(1)(a);

“voter” (投票人) means a person whose name is registered in a subsector final register and who is eligible to be so registered and is not disqualified from being so registered or from voting at a subsector election.

(2) The results of subsector ordinary elections that are declared on different dates are, for the purposes of this Schedule, taken to have been declared on the later or latest of those dates.

Division 2—Registration of voters

12. Who is eligible to be registered as a voter

(1) Subject to this section—

(a) a person is eligible to be registered as a voter for a subsector with the same name as a functional constituency (other than the education subsector, the social welfare subsector and the tourism subsector) if—
(i) the person is eligible to be registered as an elector for that functional constituency and has made an application to be so registered; or
(ii) the person—
(A) is registered for that functional constituency in the existing functional constituencies final register; and
(B) is eligible to be, and is not disqualified from being, registered as an elector for that functional constituency; and
(b) a person is eligible to be registered as a voter for a subsector specified in Table 5 in section 2 (other than the higher education and education subsectors, the social welfare subsector and the tourism and hotel subsectors) if—
(i) the person—
(A) is a person specified opposite to that subsector in column 3 of Table 5 in section 2; and
(B) where the person is a natural person, is eligible to be registered as an elector under Part V of the Legislative Council Ordinance (Cap. 542) for a geographical constituency and has made an application to be so registered, or is registered in the existing geographical constituencies final register and is eligible to be, and is not disqualified from being, registered as an elector for a geographical constituency; or