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CHIEF EXECUTIVE ELECTION ORDINANCE

Ord. No. 21 of 2001

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(b) a person who—
(i) is a person described opposite to the New Territories District Councils subsector in column 3 of Table 4 in section 2; and
(ii) is registered or applies to be registered as an elector for the District Council functional constituency,
cannot, subject to paragraph (d), be registered only as an elector for the District Council functional constituency and not as a voter for the New Territories District Councils subsector;
(c) a person who is registered or applies to be registered as a voter for the Hong Kong and Kowloon District Councils subsector cannot be registered only as a voter for that subsector and not as an elector for the District Council functional constituency;
(d) a person who is registered or applies to be registered as a voter for the New Territories District Councils subsector cannot be registered only as a voter for that subsector and not as an elector for the District Council functional constituency;
(e) a person who is registered, or has made an application to be registered, as an elector for the District Council functional constituency may be registered only as a voter—
(i) for the Hong Kong and Kowloon District Councils subsector if the person is a person described opposite to that subsector in column 3 of Table 4 in section 2; or
(ii) for the New Territories District Councils subsector if the person is a person described opposite to that subsector in column 3 of Table 4 in section 2, (whether or not the person is eligible to be registered as a voter for any other subsector) except that, if the person is eligible to be registered as a voter for any other subsector specified in item 3 of Table 4, or item 1 or 4 of Table 5, in section 2, the person may choose to be registered as a voter in the subsector referred to in subparagraph (i) or (ii), as the case may be, or in that other subsector; and
(f) a person who ceases to be eligible to be registered as an elector for the District Council functional constituency ceases to be eligible to be registered as a voter for the Hong Kong and Kowloon District Councils subsector or the New Territories District Councils subsector, but may, subject to subsections (10)(a) and (12), apply to be registered as a voter for any other subsector for which the person is eligible to be registered as a voter.

(12) A person who would, but for this subsection, be eligible to be registered as a voter for 2 or more subsectors may, subject to subsection (10), be registered as a voter for only one of those subsectors of the person’s choice.

(13) A person who is registered, or applies to be registered, as an elector for the education functional constituency by virtue of being a person described in section 20E(a) or (b) of the Legislative Council Ordinance (Cap. 542) may be registered only as a voter for the higher education subsector.

(14) A person who is registered, or applies to be registered, as an elector for the education functional constituency by virtue of being a person described in section 20E(c), (d), (e), (f) or (g) of the Legislative Council Ordinance (Cap. 542) may be registered only as a voter for the education subsector.

(15) A person who is eligible to be registered as a voter for both the education subsector and the higher education subsector, may only be registered as a voter for the higher education subsector.

(16) A person who is registered, or applies to be registered, as an elector for the tourism functional constituency by virtue of being a person described in section 20O(b) or (c) of the Legislative Council Ordinance (Cap. 542) may be registered only as a voter for the tourism subsector.

(17) A person who is registered, or applies to be registered, as an elector for the tourism functional constituency by virtue of being a person described in section 20O(d) or (e) of the Legislative Council Ordinance (Cap. 542) may be registered only as a voter for the hotel subsector.

(18) A person who is eligible to be registered as a voter for both the tourism subsector and the hotel subsector, may only be registered as a voter for the hotel subsector.