Anti-government protesters occupy Tamar Park in Admiralty, in front of the Legislative Council complex and office of the chief executive, on September 2. Photo: Felix WongAnti-government protesters occupy Tamar Park in Admiralty, in front of the Legislative Council complex and office of the chief executive, on September 2. Photo: Felix Wong
Anti-government protesters occupy Tamar Park in Admiralty, in front of the Legislative Council complex and office of the chief executive, on September 2. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | Hong Kong protests are a call for change: starting with a revamp of the executive and legislative councils

  • The Executive Council, tasked with setting policy, should be headed by a directly elected chief executive and include all directly elected Legislative Council members
  • The core membership of the Legislative Council should be professional experts in functional constituency seats
Topic |   Executive Council of Hong Kong
Anti-government protesters occupy Tamar Park in Admiralty, in front of the Legislative Council complex and office of the chief executive, on September 2. Photo: Felix WongAnti-government protesters occupy Tamar Park in Admiralty, in front of the Legislative Council complex and office of the chief executive, on September 2. Photo: Felix Wong
Anti-government protesters occupy Tamar Park in Admiralty, in front of the Legislative Council complex and office of the chief executive, on September 2. Photo: Felix Wong
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