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Kwok Ka-ki (born on 20 July 1961 in Hong Kong, with family roots in Jieyang, Guangdong) was an elected member of Central and Western District Council (Nov 1999 – Nov 2007) and a member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong (Sept 2004 – Sept 2008), in the Medical functional constituency. He is a private urology doctor, and graduated from the Faculty of Medicine, the University of Hong Kong. Kwok joined Civic Party which is a liberal democratic political party in Hong Kong on 19 July 2010.

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  • Kwok Ka-ki (born on 20 July 1961 in Hong Kong, with family roots in Jieyang, Guangdong) was an elected member of Central and Western District Council (Nov 1999 – Nov 2007) and a member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong (Sept 2004 – Sept 2008), in the Medical functional constituency. He is a private urology doctor, and graduated from the Faculty of Medicine, the University of Hong Kong. Kwok joined Civic Party which is a liberal democratic political party in Hong Kong on 19 July 2010.
  • Kwok Ka-ki (born 20 July 1961 in British Hong Kong) is a Hong Kong politician currently serving as a member of the Legislative Council for New Territories West, having previously been the member for the Medical functional constituency. Kwok was previously a member of the Central and Western District Council, representing Mid Levels East. He is a private urology doctor, having graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong. Kwok is a member of the Civic Party, having joined on July 19, 2010.
  • Kwok Ka-ki (Chinese: 郭家麒; born 20 July 1961) is a Hong Kong politician currently serving as a member of the Legislative Council for New Territories West, having previously been the member for the Medical functional constituency. Kwok was previously a member of the Central and Western District Council, representing Mid Levels East. He is a private urology doctor, having graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong. Kwok is a member of the Civic Party, having joined on July 19, 2010.
  • Kwok Ka-ki (Chinese: 郭家麒; born 20 July 1961) is a democratic Hong Kong politician currently serving as a member of the Legislative Council for New Territories West, having previously been the member for the Medical functional constituency. Kwok was previously a member of the Central and Western District Council, representing Mid Levels East. He is a private urology doctor, having graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong. Kwok is a member of the Civic Party, having joined on July 19, 2010.
  • Kwok Ka-ki (Chinese: 郭家麒; born 20 July 1961) is a democratic Hong Kong politician formerly serving as a member of the Legislative Council for New Territories West, having previously been the member for the Medical functional constituency. Kwok was previously a member of the Central and Western District Council, representing Mid Levels East. He is a private urology doctor, having graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong. Kwok is a member of the Civic Party, having joined on July 19, 2010.
  • Kwok Ka-ki (Chinese: 郭家麒; born 20 July 1961) is a democratic Hong Kong politician. He is a private urology doctor, having graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong. Kwok is a member of the Civic Party, having joined on July 19, 2010. He was disqualified from the Legislative Council, the Hong Kong parliament, on 11 November 2020, along with three other lawmakers of the pan-democratic camp, a decision made my the central government in Beijing on request of the Hong Kong government. A mass resignation of pan-democrats the same day left the Legislative Council without a substantial opposition.
  • Kwok Ka-ki (Chinese: 郭家麒; born 20 July 1961) is a democratic Hong Kong politician. He is a private urology doctor, having graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong. Kwok is a member of the Civic Party, having joined on July 19, 2010. On 11 November 2020 he was disqualified from the Legislative Council, along with three other lawmakers of the pan-democratic camp, by the central government in Beijing on request of the Hong Kong government. A mass resignation of pan-democrats the same day left the Legislative Council without a substantial opposition.
  • Kwok Ka-ki (Chinese: 郭家麒; born 20 July 1961) is a democratic Hong Kong politician. He is a private urology doctor, having graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong. Kwok is a member of the Civic Party, having joined on 19 July 2010. On 11 November 2020 he was disqualified from the Legislative Council, along with three other lawmakers of the pan-democratic camp, by the central government in Beijing on request of the Hong Kong government. A mass resignation of pan-democrats the same day left the Legislative Council without a substantial opposition.
  • Kwok Ka-ki (Chinese: 郭家麒; born 20 July 1961) is a democratic Hong Kong politician. He is a private urology doctor, having graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong. Kwok is a member of the Civic Party, having joined on 19 July 2010. On 11 November 2020, he was disqualified from the Legislative Council, along with three other lawmakers of the pan-democratic camp, by the central government in Beijing on request of the Hong Kong government. A mass resignation of pan-democrats the same day left the Legislative Council without a substantial opposition.
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  • Kwok Ka-ki (born on 20 July 1961 in Hong Kong, with family roots in Jieyang, Guangdong) was an elected member of Central and Western District Council (Nov 1999 – Nov 2007) and a member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong (Sept 2004 – Sept 2008), in the Medical functional constituency. He is a private urology doctor, and graduated from the Faculty of Medicine, the University of Hong Kong. Kwok joined Civic Party which is a liberal democratic political party in Hong Kong on 19 July 2010.
  • Kwok Ka-ki (born 20 July 1961 in British Hong Kong) is a Hong Kong politician currently serving as a member of the Legislative Council for New Territories West, having previously been the member for the Medical functional constituency. Kwok was previously a member of the Central and Western District Council, representing Mid Levels East. He is a private urology doctor, having graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong. Kwok is a member of the Civic Party, having joined on July 19, 2010.
  • Kwok Ka-ki (Chinese: 郭家麒; born 20 July 1961) is a Hong Kong politician currently serving as a member of the Legislative Council for New Territories West, having previously been the member for the Medical functional constituency. Kwok was previously a member of the Central and Western District Council, representing Mid Levels East. He is a private urology doctor, having graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong. Kwok is a member of the Civic Party, having joined on July 19, 2010.
  • Kwok Ka-ki (Chinese: 郭家麒; born 20 July 1961) is a democratic Hong Kong politician currently serving as a member of the Legislative Council for New Territories West, having previously been the member for the Medical functional constituency. Kwok was previously a member of the Central and Western District Council, representing Mid Levels East. He is a private urology doctor, having graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong. Kwok is a member of the Civic Party, having joined on July 19, 2010.
  • Kwok Ka-ki (Chinese: 郭家麒; born 20 July 1961) is a democratic Hong Kong politician formerly serving as a member of the Legislative Council for New Territories West, having previously been the member for the Medical functional constituency. Kwok was previously a member of the Central and Western District Council, representing Mid Levels East. He is a private urology doctor, having graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong. Kwok is a member of the Civic Party, having joined on July 19, 2010.
  • Kwok Ka-ki (Chinese: 郭家麒; born 20 July 1961) is a democratic Hong Kong politician. He is a private urology doctor, having graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong. Kwok is a member of the Civic Party, having joined on July 19, 2010. He was disqualified from the Legislative Council, the Hong Kong parliament, on 11 November 2020, along with three other lawmakers of the pan-democratic camp, a decision made my the central government in Beijing on request of the Hong Kong government. A mass resignation of pan-democrats the same day left the Legislative Council without a substantial opposition.
  • Kwok Ka-ki (Chinese: 郭家麒; born 20 July 1961) is a democratic Hong Kong politician. He is a private urology doctor, having graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong. Kwok is a member of the Civic Party, having joined on July 19, 2010. On 11 November 2020 he was disqualified from the Legislative Council, along with three other lawmakers of the pan-democratic camp, by the central government in Beijing on request of the Hong Kong government. A mass resignation of pan-democrats the same day left the Legislative Council without a substantial opposition.
  • Kwok Ka-ki (Chinese: 郭家麒; born 20 July 1961) is a democratic Hong Kong politician. He is a private urology doctor, having graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong. Kwok is a member of the Civic Party, having joined on 19 July 2010. On 11 November 2020 he was disqualified from the Legislative Council, along with three other lawmakers of the pan-democratic camp, by the central government in Beijing on request of the Hong Kong government. A mass resignation of pan-democrats the same day left the Legislative Council without a substantial opposition.
  • Kwok Ka-ki (Chinese: 郭家麒; born 20 July 1961) is a democratic Hong Kong politician. He is a private urology doctor, having graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong. Kwok is a member of the Civic Party, having joined on 19 July 2010. On 11 November 2020, he was disqualified from the Legislative Council, along with three other lawmakers of the pan-democratic camp, by the central government in Beijing on request of the Hong Kong government. A mass resignation of pan-democrats the same day left the Legislative Council without a substantial opposition.
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