Votes are counted for a Legislative Council by-election, at the Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai on March 12, 2018. Hong Kong will vote in District Council elections in November this year and in Legislative Council elections in September 2020. Photo: Sam Tsang Votes are counted for a Legislative Council by-election, at the Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai on March 12, 2018. Hong Kong will vote in District Council elections in November this year and in Legislative Council elections in September 2020. Photo: Sam Tsang
Votes are counted for a Legislative Council by-election, at the Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai on March 12, 2018. Hong Kong will vote in District Council elections in November this year and in Legislative Council elections in September 2020. Photo: Sam Tsang

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Votes are counted for a Legislative Council by-election, at the Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai on March 12, 2018. Hong Kong will vote in District Council elections in November this year and in Legislative Council elections in September 2020. Photo: Sam Tsang Votes are counted for a Legislative Council by-election, at the Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai on March 12, 2018. Hong Kong will vote in District Council elections in November this year and in Legislative Council elections in September 2020. Photo: Sam Tsang
Votes are counted for a Legislative Council by-election, at the Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai on March 12, 2018. Hong Kong will vote in District Council elections in November this year and in Legislative Council elections in September 2020. Photo: Sam Tsang
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