14th January 2021 – (Hong Kong) The Legislative Council yesterday (13th) passed the proposed resolution proposed by the chairwoman of House Committee, Starry Lee to allow the Panel, Bills Committees or any subcommittees appointed by the House Committee to hold remote meetings in the form of video conferences. The Panel on Housing held a ZOOM video conference this morning (14th).
According to the live broadcast, many members could see themselves in the car despite using the virtual background provided by the Legislative Council. Among them, member of the Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions, Aaron Kwok Wai-keung was suspected of driving and having a meeting at the same time. He allegedly violated the Road Traffic Ordinance.
Aaron Kwok Wai-keung responded on Facebook that he had parked in a suitable location as soon as possible to continue the meeting.
In addition, Wilson Or, executive committee member of the Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong Kong also appeared in the car during the Zoom meeting. When he responded to the query, he said that he was in the office during the meeting but afterwards, he sat in a friend’s car to vote but not when he was driving.