Long queues at a polling station in Tai Po on July 12, the second and final day of the pan-democrat Legco primary. Over 600,000 Hongkongers voted to help select opposition candidates for the Legco election in September. Photo: Felix Wong Long queues at a polling station in Tai Po on July 12, the second and final day of the pan-democrat Legco primary. Over 600,000 Hongkongers voted to help select opposition candidates for the Legco election in September. Photo: Felix Wong
Long queues at a polling station in Tai Po on July 12, the second and final day of the pan-democrat Legco primary. Over 600,000 Hongkongers voted to help select opposition candidates for the Legco election in September. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | Hong Kong elections may leave rational, moderate voters facing a dilemma

  • While the pro-establishment camp’s subservience to Beijing is off-putting, the prospect of voting in radicals from the pan-democrat camp can hardly appeal

Topic |   Legislative Council elections 2020
Long queues at a polling station in Tai Po on July 12, the second and final day of the pan-democrat Legco primary. Over 600,000 Hongkongers voted to help select opposition candidates for the Legco election in September. Photo: Felix Wong Long queues at a polling station in Tai Po on July 12, the second and final day of the pan-democrat Legco primary. Over 600,000 Hongkongers voted to help select opposition candidates for the Legco election in September. Photo: Felix Wong
Long queues at a polling station in Tai Po on July 12, the second and final day of the pan-democrat Legco primary. Over 600,000 Hongkongers voted to help select opposition candidates for the Legco election in September. Photo: Felix Wong
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