Evening falls as voters wait in line on the first day of primary elections held by Hong Kong’s opposition pro-democracy camp on July 11, to select candidates for the upcoming Legislative Council election. Photo: EPA-EFE Evening falls as voters wait in line on the first day of primary elections held by Hong Kong’s opposition pro-democracy camp on July 11, to select candidates for the upcoming Legislative Council election. Photo: EPA-EFE
Evening falls as voters wait in line on the first day of primary elections held by Hong Kong’s opposition pro-democracy camp on July 11, to select candidates for the upcoming Legislative Council election. Photo: EPA-EFE

Letters | Hong Kong elections: can good sense and middle ground prove a winner?

  • City desperately needs reasonable politicians who will act as mediators between the administration and the people. Unrelenting resistance will only further alienate all sides

Topic |   Legislative Council of Hong Kong
Evening falls as voters wait in line on the first day of primary elections held by Hong Kong’s opposition pro-democracy camp on July 11, to select candidates for the upcoming Legislative Council election. Photo: EPA-EFE Evening falls as voters wait in line on the first day of primary elections held by Hong Kong’s opposition pro-democracy camp on July 11, to select candidates for the upcoming Legislative Council election. Photo: EPA-EFE
Evening falls as voters wait in line on the first day of primary elections held by Hong Kong’s opposition pro-democracy camp on July 11, to select candidates for the upcoming Legislative Council election. Photo: EPA-EFE
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