Joshua Wong Chi-fung, secretary general of Demosisto, speaks at The Economist's Open Future Festival at PMQ in Central, alongside party member Agnes Chow. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Joshua Wong Chi-fung, secretary general of Demosisto, speaks at The Economist's Open Future Festival at PMQ in Central, alongside party member Agnes Chow. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Joshua Wong Chi-fung, secretary general of Demosisto, speaks at The Economist's Open Future Festival at PMQ in Central, alongside party member Agnes Chow. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Michael Chugani
Opinion

Opinion

Michael Chugani

After the National Party’s ban and new calls for Article 23 legislation, Demosisto should watch its back

Michael Chugani says new Article 23 legislation can be expected to target not only pro-independence groups, but also localists, and this would signal the end of the freedoms that make Hong Kong unique

Joshua Wong Chi-fung, secretary general of Demosisto, speaks at The Economist's Open Future Festival at PMQ in Central, alongside party member Agnes Chow. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Joshua Wong Chi-fung, secretary general of Demosisto, speaks at The Economist's Open Future Festival at PMQ in Central, alongside party member Agnes Chow. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Joshua Wong Chi-fung, secretary general of Demosisto, speaks at The Economist's Open Future Festival at PMQ in Central, alongside party member Agnes Chow. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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Michael Chugani

Michael Chugani

Michael Chugani is a Hong Kong journalist and TV show host