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Feng Zhenghu: My Campaign Slogan and Promise for Governance

November 1, 2016

Feng Zhenghu, a prominent Shanghai activist, appealed to his constituency to either nominate him before October 30 as a candidate for deputy to the People's Congress of the Yangpu District, or to cast a vote for him directly on November 16. Feng’s campaign slogan is "protect the constitution, uphold rights, and live happily.” The six elements of his political promise are: protecting the constitution and upholding rights, participating in politics on behalf of the people, making homes beautiful, happiness for the elderly, helping the vulnerable, and living a happy life.


冯正虎的竞选口号与参政承诺

冯正虎竞选上海市杨浦区人大代表的竞选口号:护宪维权,快乐生活。

冯正虎参政议政的承诺:

1、护宪维权:捍卫宪法,保证国家法律法规在本地区的贯彻执行,依法维护选民的公民权利。

2、为民参政:紧密联系群众,积极为民代言,废恶规立良规,监督“一府两院”,督促依法行政、司法公正、官员为人民服务。

3、美好家园:支持业主委员会工作,维护业主权益,建设一个安全、舒适、美丽的居住家园。

4、老有所乐:改善保障老年人生活、健康以及参与社会发展的条件,重视老有所乐的政策制定与硬件配置,使老年人幸福地安度晚年。

5、扶助弱者:关心受到权益侵害的弱势群体,依法化解上访问题,促进本地区的稳定与和谐。

6、快乐生活:建设一个具有社会主义核心价值观(富强、民主、文明、和谐、自由、平等、公正、法治、爱国、敬业、诚信、友善)的美好社会,让所有人享有免于恐惧的自由,致力于人民幸福、快乐生活。

请在您的选票上写上冯正虎的姓名

冯正虎已在居住地的五角场街道政民居委会进行选民登记,成了杨浦区第115选区的选民。冯正虎享有选举权与被选举权。依据《选举法》第三条,年满18岁以上的中华人民共和国公民都有选举权和被选举权,包括刑满释放人员,甚至在监狱中的服刑人员都有选举权与被选举权,除了依照法律剥夺政治权利的人没有选举权和被选举权。

凡是杨浦区第115选区(居住五角场街道国顺居委会、四平一居委会、政民居委会管辖范围)的选民,都可以在10月30日之前联名推荐冯正虎作为杨浦区人大代表候选人,或于选举日(11月16日)直接投票选举冯正虎。

1、推荐冯正虎为代表候选人。

凡是杨浦区选举委员会公布的选民名单榜的任何一位选民,都可以在10月26日至30日期间到其所在选区选举工作小组,领取《代表候选人推荐表》以书面形式推荐代表候选人。第115选区的选民到设立在国顺居委会(国权路230弄11号)、四平一居委会(政本路115号)、政民居委会(政通路240弄C1)内的选举工作小组领取,并在规定时间内递交。

2、直接选举冯正虎为人大代表。

若冯正虎没有被列入候选人名单,也可以在选举日直接选举冯正虎。需要在选票上的另选他人栏正确填写“冯正虎”三字,并在规定的方格内划上一个赞成符号“○”,同时要对选票上的正式候选人正确的划上反对符号“X”。记住选票上的赞成符号只能等于或者少于应选人数,该划的反对符号是不能省略的。

3、冯正虎所在杨浦区第115选区之外的杨浦区的其它选区的选民,可以把赞成票投给冯正虎吗?

可以的,也是合法的。第115选区以外的其它选区的选民若要选冯正虎为杨浦区人大代表,需要在选票上的另选他人栏正确填写“冯正虎”三字,并在规定的方格内划上一个赞成符号“○”。但这不同选区选民投给冯正虎的赞成票是不能相加的。获得当选票数是指获得某一选区的赞成票数,不是几个选区赞成票相加的票数。

冯正虎的联系方式

地址:上海市政通路240弄3号302室
邮编:200433
电话:55225958
手机:13524687100
邮箱:fzh999net@gmail.com
博客:http://fengzhenghu.net

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