List of Legislative Council of Hong Kong members elected in 1995
Composition [ edit ]
|Hong Kong Association for Democracy and People's Livelihood||4||4|
|123 Democratic Alliance||1||1|
|Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions||1||0|
|Neighbourhood and Worker's Service Centre||1||0|
|Total for Pro-democracy camp||31||31|
|Democratic Alliance for the Betterment of Hong Kong||6||6|
|Hong Kong Progressive Alliance||1||2|
|Liberal Democratic Federation of Hong Kong||1||1|
|New Hong Kong Alliance||1||1|
|Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions||1||1|
|Federation of Hong Kong and Kowloon Labour Unions||1||1|
|Total for Pro-Beijing camp||29||29|
Note: Italic represents organizations that still function but become under another affiliation.
Graphical representation of the Legislative Council [ edit ]
List of Members elected in the legislative election [ edit ]
The following table is a list of LegCo members elected on 17 September 1995.
Key to changes since legislative election:
- a = change in party allegiance
- b = by-election
Other changes [ edit ]
- Independent legislator Emily Lau (New Territories East), Lau Chin-shek (Kowloon West) of the Democratic Party, Lee Cheuk-yan (Manufacturing) of the Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions, Leung Yiu-chung (Textiles and Garments) of the Neighbourhood and Worker's Service Centre, and Independent Elizabeth Wong (Community, Social and Personal Services) co-founded The Frontier on 26 August 1996.
- Choy Kan-pui (Election Committee), a Civil Force member joined the Hong Kong Progressive Alliance around 1995 to 1996.
- Christine Loh (Hong Kong Island Central) formed the Citizens Party in May 1997.