Hong Kong's next leader will be elected by an Election Committee made up of 1,194 members.
The committee represents four sectors - economic, professional, social and political. Under these, there are 38 sub-sectors representing various trades, professions, social services groups and district organisations.
Some of the sub-sectors elected their members by drawing lots, while others were voted in during a polling exercise on Sunday.
About 230,000 people under the various sub-sectors were eligible to cast their ballots on Sunday to fill 733 seats on the Election Committee. A record number of 107,000 registered voters cast their votes.
This term, 461 seats were returned as they were uncontested or held by ex-officio members. They also included those given a seat by virtue of their posts, such as lawmakers in the Legislative Council.
Six sub-sectors - legal, education, higher education, social welfare, IT and health services - saw clean sweeps by the pan-democratic camp, while business sectors such as hotels, the tourism sector and commerce continued to be dominated by pro-establishment figures and tycoons.
The hotels sub-sector elected Harilela Hotels director Gary Harilela, K. Wah Group founder Lui Che Woo, and second-generation tycoons, including Sino Land executive director Daryl Ng Win Kong, Hopewell Holdings managing director Thomas Wu, and Henderson Land Development vice-chairman Martin Lee Ka Shing.
In the financial services sub-sector, 33 candidates fought for 18 seats, and eight who supported Mr Leung Chun Ying in his bid to become Chief Executive in 2012 were re-elected.
To become a Chief Executive candidate, one must secure nominations from at least 150 committee members. And the next Chief Executive needs to secure more than 600 votes to win.