The latest proposal for democratic reform is from legislator Ronny Tong Ka-wah to elect the chief executive in 2017 by the alternative vote method, as a way to bargain for a lower threshold for nomination. Photo: Dickson Lee The latest proposal for democratic reform is from legislator Ronny Tong Ka-wah to elect the chief executive in 2017 by the alternative vote method, as a way to bargain for a lower threshold for nomination. Photo: Dickson Lee
The latest proposal for democratic reform is from legislator Ronny Tong Ka-wah to elect the chief executive in 2017 by the alternative vote method, as a way to bargain for a lower threshold for nomination. Photo: Dickson Lee

Can Hong Kong find order amid the chaos of its constitutional change?

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The latest proposal for democratic reform is from legislator Ronny Tong Ka-wah to elect the chief executive in 2017 by the alternative vote method, as a way to bargain for a lower threshold for nomination. Photo: Dickson Lee The latest proposal for democratic reform is from legislator Ronny Tong Ka-wah to elect the chief executive in 2017 by the alternative vote method, as a way to bargain for a lower threshold for nomination. Photo: Dickson Lee
The latest proposal for democratic reform is from legislator Ronny Tong Ka-wah to elect the chief executive in 2017 by the alternative vote method, as a way to bargain for a lower threshold for nomination. Photo: Dickson Lee
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