Democratic elections have become a political means for adherents of the “bottom-up narrative” to advance their social policy agenda. Photo: Reuters Democratic elections have become a political means for adherents of the “bottom-up narrative” to advance their social policy agenda. Photo: Reuters
Democratic elections have become a political means for adherents of the “bottom-up narrative” to advance their social policy agenda. Photo: Reuters
Richard Wong
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Richard Wong

Chief executive chosen by universal suffrage can bridge divisions in Hong Kong

For years, Hong Kong's tale of two narratives played together nicely, but transformation in the 90s and events since have changed all the rules

Democratic elections have become a political means for adherents of the “bottom-up narrative” to advance their social policy agenda. Photo: Reuters Democratic elections have become a political means for adherents of the “bottom-up narrative” to advance their social policy agenda. Photo: Reuters
Democratic elections have become a political means for adherents of the “bottom-up narrative” to advance their social policy agenda. Photo: Reuters
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