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Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong Kong

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The Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong Kong is a pro-Beijing conservative political party established in 1992 in Hong Kong. Chaired by Starry Lee, it is currently the largest party in the Legislative Council and the District Councils, commanding 13 seats and 118 seats respectively.
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  • Founding and the reunification (1992–1998) 

  • Early Tung Chee-hwa administration and Article 23 setback (1998–2003) 

  • Late 2000s expansion and electoral victories (2004–2012) 

  • Leung Chun-ying era (2012–2017) 

  • Carrie Lam era (since 2017) 

  • Ideology 

  • Internal factions 

  • Comments of Tiananmen massacre 

  • Vice-Chairpersons 

  • Secretaries general 

  • Deputy secretaries general 

  • Senate chairmen 

  • Executive Council 

  • National People's Congress 

  • Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference