1998 Hong Kong legislative election - Result breakdown - Functional Constituencies (30 seats)

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Functional Constituencies (30 seats) Voting systems: Different voting systems apply to different functional constituencies, namely for the Heung Yee Kuk, Agriculture and Fisheries, Insurance and Transport, the preferential elimination system of voting; and for the remaining 24 FCs used the first past the post voting system. Voting systems:

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Data row number Constituency Candidate(s) Affiliation Votes %

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