Pro-democracy and pro-Beijing lawmakers scuffle in the chamber at the Legislative Council in Hong Kong on May 11, 2019. Photo: AP Pro-democracy and pro-Beijing lawmakers scuffle in the chamber at the Legislative Council in Hong Kong on May 11, 2019. Photo: AP
Pro-democracy and pro-Beijing lawmakers scuffle in the chamber at the Legislative Council in Hong Kong on May 11, 2019. Photo: AP

Letters | Hong Kong pro-democracy camp has failed to rise above opposition to be a genuine alternative

  • Instead of being largely reactive, they need to push for livelihood issues such as housing, universal pension and labour rights

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Pro-democracy and pro-Beijing lawmakers scuffle in the chamber at the Legislative Council in Hong Kong on May 11, 2019. Photo: AP Pro-democracy and pro-Beijing lawmakers scuffle in the chamber at the Legislative Council in Hong Kong on May 11, 2019. Photo: AP
Pro-democracy and pro-Beijing lawmakers scuffle in the chamber at the Legislative Council in Hong Kong on May 11, 2019. Photo: AP
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