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2017-07-07

(7 July 2017, Hong Kong) Legislative councillor Hon Charles Mok moved a motion on Wednesday (5 July) on reforming outdated legislation and promoting the development of innovation and technology. The motion was passed with 45 votes on Thursday (6 July). In his reply to the speech of the Secretary for Innovation and Technology Mr Nicholas Yang, Mr Mok reiterated that supporting innovation and upholding the rule of law are not contradictory. Mr Mok urged the government to review outdated laws with open-minded mindset, while addressing promotion of innovation and technology as one of the policy objectives.

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Member's Motions / Amendments
2015-10-14

Following is a question by the Hon Charles Peter Mok and a reply by the Secretary for Transport and Housing, Professor Anthony Cheung Bing-leung, in the Legislative Council today (October 14):

Question:

Under the law, if private car owners intend to use their vehicles for the carriage of passengers for hire…

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Member's Motions / Amendments
2015-02-04

That, when the Administration amended the Crimes Ordinance (Cap. 200) in 1993, the provision on ‘access to computer with criminal or dishonest intent’ (i.e. ‘section 161’) was added, with an aim to penalize access to a computer for acts preparatory to but falling short of the commission of a fraud; in recent years, to…

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Member's Motions / Amendments
2015-01-23

Motion on “Comprehensively reviewing the provision on ‘access to computer with criminal or dishonest intent’ under the Crimes Ordinance”
to be moved by Hon Charles Peter MOK
at the Council meeting of 4 February 2015

Wording of the Motion

That, when the Administration amended the Crimes Ordinance (Cap. 200) in 1…

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Member's Motions / Amendments
2014-11-06

Hon Charles Peter MOK’s amendment
(#Note: Bold and underlined: Additional wording; Deletion line: Deletion of original wording)

That the majority view of society has all along held  some parents in Hong Kong

hold that ‘pressure leads to progress’; nowadays, there are many books and discussions available at the m…

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Office Of Hon. Charles Mok, Legislative Councillor (IT)