Tin Shui Wai New Force

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Tin Shui Wai New Force (Chinese :天水圍民生關注平台) is a localist political group in Hong Kong established in late 2014 by a group of young people who had participated in the Umbrella Revolution. It claims to cater to the livelihood issues in Tin Shui Wai district.[ citation needed ]

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In the 2015 District Council elections, Wong Pak-yu, representing the group, ran in Tin Heng constituency against Beijing-loyalist Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions (FTU) incumbent Luk Chung-hung but was defeated.[ citation needed ] In 2016, the group joined hands with other post-Umbrella organisations to run in the Legislative Council election.

Performance in elections

Legislative Council elections

ElectionNumber of
popular votes
 % of
popular votes
GC
seats
FC
seats
Total seats+/−Position
2016 Youngspiration ticket00
0 / 70

District Council elections

ElectionNumber of
popular votes
 % of
popular votes
Total
elected seats
+/−
2015 1,3170.09
0 / 431
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