Protesters gather at Tamar Park in Admiralty, Hong Kong, to mark the fifth anniversary of the pro-democracy “umbrella movement” on September 28. Photo: AP Protesters gather at Tamar Park in Admiralty, Hong Kong, to mark the fifth anniversary of the pro-democracy “umbrella movement” on September 28. Photo: AP
Protesters gather at Tamar Park in Admiralty, Hong Kong, to mark the fifth anniversary of the pro-democracy “umbrella movement” on September 28. Photo: AP

Letters | Hong Kong has earned the democracy it seeks. Now’s the time to hold an election

  • Protesters have taken the city closer than ever to the goal set out in the Basic Law – universal suffrage. A real election offers a way out of the current stand-off and an effective response to repression

Topic |   Hong Kong Basic Law
Protesters gather at Tamar Park in Admiralty, Hong Kong, to mark the fifth anniversary of the pro-democracy “umbrella movement” on September 28. Photo: AP Protesters gather at Tamar Park in Admiralty, Hong Kong, to mark the fifth anniversary of the pro-democracy “umbrella movement” on September 28. Photo: AP
Protesters gather at Tamar Park in Admiralty, Hong Kong, to mark the fifth anniversary of the pro-democracy “umbrella movement” on September 28. Photo: AP
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