People walk towards a voting centre on a street festooned with campaign banners in Sha Tin during the previous Legco election, in September 2016. The political environment in Hong Kong has changed dramatically since then. Photo: David Wong People walk towards a voting centre on a street festooned with campaign banners in Sha Tin during the previous Legco election, in September 2016. The political environment in Hong Kong has changed dramatically since then. Photo: David Wong
People walk towards a voting centre on a street festooned with campaign banners in Sha Tin during the previous Legco election, in September 2016. The political environment in Hong Kong has changed dramatically since then. Photo: David Wong

Letters | National security law for Hong Kong means no ‘middle path’ for this Legislative Council election

  • The passage of the law indicates that Beijing will no longer negotiate with Hongkongers, who are now at its mercy
  • Pressure from the international community on ‘one country, two systems’ is Hong Kong’s last line of defence

Topic |   Legislative Council of Hong Kong
People walk towards a voting centre on a street festooned with campaign banners in Sha Tin during the previous Legco election, in September 2016. The political environment in Hong Kong has changed dramatically since then. Photo: David Wong People walk towards a voting centre on a street festooned with campaign banners in Sha Tin during the previous Legco election, in September 2016. The political environment in Hong Kong has changed dramatically since then. Photo: David Wong
People walk towards a voting centre on a street festooned with campaign banners in Sha Tin during the previous Legco election, in September 2016. The political environment in Hong Kong has changed dramatically since then. Photo: David Wong
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