Kowloon West (constituency)

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Kowloon West is a geographical constituency of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong. It was created in 1998.

Boundaries[change | edit source]

The constituency loosely corresponds to the today's districts of Yau Tsim Mong, Sham Shui Po, and Kowloon City.

History[change | edit source]

The constituency was formed since the 1998 legislative election, replacing a number of single-member constituencies in 1995. These were Kowloon West and parts of Kowloon Central in the 1991 election with dual-seat constituency dual vote system and Kowloon Southwest, Kowloon West, Kowloon South, and Kowloon Central in the 1995 election.

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