Pan-democrat lawmakers hold up protest placards saying “five demands, not one less”, as Chief Executive Carrie Lam arrives at the Legislative Council to deliver her policy address on October 16. Her speech was disrupted to the extent that it had to be delivered by video, a first for Hong Kong. Photo: May TsePan-democrat lawmakers hold up protest placards saying “five demands, not one less”, as Chief Executive Carrie Lam arrives at the Legislative Council to deliver her policy address on October 16. Her speech was disrupted to the extent that it had to be delivered by video, a first for Hong Kong. Photo: May Tse
Pan-democrat lawmakers hold up protest placards saying “five demands, not one less”, as Chief Executive Carrie Lam arrives at the Legislative Council to deliver her policy address on October 16. Her speech was disrupted to the extent that it had to be delivered by video, a first for Hong Kong. Photo: May Tse

Letters | Hong Kong protests to benefit pro-democracy district council candidates? Not for this voter

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Pan-democrat lawmakers hold up protest placards saying “five demands, not one less”, as Chief Executive Carrie Lam arrives at the Legislative Council to deliver her policy address on October 16. Her speech was disrupted to the extent that it had to be delivered by video, a first for Hong Kong. Photo: May TsePan-democrat lawmakers hold up protest placards saying “five demands, not one less”, as Chief Executive Carrie Lam arrives at the Legislative Council to deliver her policy address on October 16. Her speech was disrupted to the extent that it had to be delivered by video, a first for Hong Kong. Photo: May Tse
Pan-democrat lawmakers hold up protest placards saying “five demands, not one less”, as Chief Executive Carrie Lam arrives at the Legislative Council to deliver her policy address on October 16. Her speech was disrupted to the extent that it had to be delivered by video, a first for Hong Kong. Photo: May Tse
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