People queue up to vote at a polling station in Tai Po during the pan-democrat primary to select candidates for the Legislative Council elections on July 12. The government later decided to postpone the election. Photo: Felix WongPeople queue up to vote at a polling station in Tai Po during the pan-democrat primary to select candidates for the Legislative Council elections on July 12. The government later decided to postpone the election. Photo: Felix Wong
People queue up to vote at a polling station in Tai Po during the pan-democrat primary to select candidates for the Legislative Council elections on July 12. The government later decided to postpone the election. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | How can Hong Kong democrats justify serving in an extended Legislative Council term?

  • The opposition will need to go beyond vague, empty promises to convince the public that continuing to serve in Legco will add to the quest for greater democracy

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
People queue up to vote at a polling station in Tai Po during the pan-democrat primary to select candidates for the Legislative Council elections on July 12. The government later decided to postpone the election. Photo: Felix WongPeople queue up to vote at a polling station in Tai Po during the pan-democrat primary to select candidates for the Legislative Council elections on July 12. The government later decided to postpone the election. Photo: Felix Wong
People queue up to vote at a polling station in Tai Po during the pan-democrat primary to select candidates for the Legislative Council elections on July 12. The government later decided to postpone the election. Photo: Felix Wong
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