A banner saying: “I want universal suffrage”, hangs by the side of a block of flats in Tseung Kwan O in May 2016, during a visit to Hong Kong by a top mainland official. Photo: Nora Tam A banner saying: “I want universal suffrage”, hangs by the side of a block of flats in Tseung Kwan O in May 2016, during a visit to Hong Kong by a top mainland official. Photo: Nora Tam
A banner saying: “I want universal suffrage”, hangs by the side of a block of flats in Tseung Kwan O in May 2016, during a visit to Hong Kong by a top mainland official. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | Hong Kong national security law: the stick is in place, will city get the carrot?

  • Common sense suggests the carrot of universal suffrage should be introduced to heal the divisions

Topic |   Universal suffrage in Hong Kong
A banner saying: “I want universal suffrage”, hangs by the side of a block of flats in Tseung Kwan O in May 2016, during a visit to Hong Kong by a top mainland official. Photo: Nora Tam A banner saying: “I want universal suffrage”, hangs by the side of a block of flats in Tseung Kwan O in May 2016, during a visit to Hong Kong by a top mainland official. Photo: Nora Tam
A banner saying: “I want universal suffrage”, hangs by the side of a block of flats in Tseung Kwan O in May 2016, during a visit to Hong Kong by a top mainland official. Photo: Nora Tam
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