Lawmakers (from left) Roy Kwong Chun-yu and James To Kun-sun of the Democratic Party, and Leung Yiu-chung, tear up the Rules of Procedures and House Rules of the Legislative Council and throw the pages in the air, during a debate on the proposed amendment to the rules of Legco meetings, on December 15. Photo: Edward Wong

Can Hong Kong’s new NPC deputies be the change that the city’s zero-sum politics needs?

Sonny Lo says an assertive civil society in Hong Kong is hamstrung by the lack of mediators between opposing camps, and hopes the new NPC deputies will help to alter the zero-sum nature of Hong Kong politics, which reinforces its negative image

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Lawmakers (from left) Roy Kwong Chun-yu and James To Kun-sun of the Democratic Party, and Leung Yiu-chung, tear up the Rules of Procedures and House Rules of the Legislative Council and throw the pages in the air, during a debate on the proposed amendment to the rules of Legco meetings, on December 15. Photo: Edward Wong
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