A line of police officers rides an escalator behind a protester wearing a placard which reads: “Hong Kong is ours, save it ourselves”, ahead of Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s annual policy address on October 16, as anti-government protests entered their fifth month. Photo: ReutersA line of police officers rides an escalator behind a protester wearing a placard which reads: “Hong Kong is ours, save it ourselves”, ahead of Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s annual policy address on October 16, as anti-government protests entered their fifth month. Photo: Reuters
A line of police officers rides an escalator behind a protester wearing a placard which reads: “Hong Kong is ours, save it ourselves”, ahead of Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s annual policy address on October 16, as anti-government protests entered their fifth month. Photo: Reuters

Letters | When Hong Kong politicians don’t care about the city, voters need a ‘none of the above’ option to dismiss them all

  • When the pro-Beijing bloc is a rubber stamp and the pro-democracy groups give approval to mob violence, adding a ‘NOTA’ option could not only allow voters to express disapproval, but keep undesirable candidates off the ballot
Topic |   Hong Kong protests
A line of police officers rides an escalator behind a protester wearing a placard which reads: “Hong Kong is ours, save it ourselves”, ahead of Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s annual policy address on October 16, as anti-government protests entered their fifth month. Photo: ReutersA line of police officers rides an escalator behind a protester wearing a placard which reads: “Hong Kong is ours, save it ourselves”, ahead of Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s annual policy address on October 16, as anti-government protests entered their fifth month. Photo: Reuters
A line of police officers rides an escalator behind a protester wearing a placard which reads: “Hong Kong is ours, save it ourselves”, ahead of Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s annual policy address on October 16, as anti-government protests entered their fifth month. Photo: Reuters
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