Young activists and localist candidates, who won the pro-democracy camp’s Legco primary, pose for a photograph at a press conference in Mong Kok on July 15. Photo: Sam Tsang Young activists and localist candidates, who won the pro-democracy camp’s Legco primary, pose for a photograph at a press conference in Mong Kok on July 15. Photo: Sam Tsang
Young activists and localist candidates, who won the pro-democracy camp’s Legco primary, pose for a photograph at a press conference in Mong Kok on July 15. Photo: Sam Tsang

Letters | Radical Hong Kong Legislative Council candidates must focus on transformation, not mutual destruction

  • Lessons from history suggest that once the old system starts to collapse, the lack of agreed plans for what should replace it leads to revolutionary groups fighting among themselves, and supporters of the old system returning

Topic |   Legislative Council of Hong Kong
Young activists and localist candidates, who won the pro-democracy camp’s Legco primary, pose for a photograph at a press conference in Mong Kok on July 15. Photo: Sam Tsang Young activists and localist candidates, who won the pro-democracy camp’s Legco primary, pose for a photograph at a press conference in Mong Kok on July 15. Photo: Sam Tsang
Young activists and localist candidates, who won the pro-democracy camp’s Legco primary, pose for a photograph at a press conference in Mong Kok on July 15. Photo: Sam Tsang
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