A pro-democracy supporter opens a bottle of champagne outside a polling station to celebrate the election result in the early hours of November 25. Jubilant pro-democracy supporters should not forget that a sizeable bloc of voters remain loyal to the pro-establishment camp. Photo: AFP

Letters | Hong Kong’s district council elections reflect a divided society, despite the pro-democracy camp’s stunning victory

  • While the pan-democrat bloc took the vast majority of seats, its popular vote share was a sobering 55 per cent, suggesting that reconciliation should take priority in its work ahead
Topic |   Hong Kong district council elections
A pro-democracy supporter opens a bottle of champagne outside a polling station to celebrate the election result in the early hours of November 25. Jubilant pro-democracy supporters should not forget that a sizeable bloc of voters remain loyal to the pro-establishment camp. Photo: AFP
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