Pro-democracy lawmakers pose for a photo to mark the end of the 2016-2020 legislative session, at the Legislative Council on July 17. The Hong Kong government on July 31 postponed the Legco elections scheduled for September 6 by one year, citing public health risks posed by a new Covid-19 wave. Photo: Dickson Lee Pro-democracy lawmakers pose for a photo to mark the end of the 2016-2020 legislative session, at the Legislative Council on July 17. The Hong Kong government on July 31 postponed the Legco elections scheduled for September 6 by one year, citing public health risks posed by a new Covid-19 wave. Photo: Dickson Lee
Pro-democracy lawmakers pose for a photo to mark the end of the 2016-2020 legislative session, at the Legislative Council on July 17. The Hong Kong government on July 31 postponed the Legco elections scheduled for September 6 by one year, citing public health risks posed by a new Covid-19 wave. Photo: Dickson Lee

Letters | Hong Kong democrats must stay on to fight another day in Legco

  • As long as there are boots on the ground to fight and challenge the system, there is a chance of winning, however slight
  • Democrats should not vacate the battlefield entirely and give the other side an effortless victory

Topic |   Legislative Council elections 2020
Pro-democracy lawmakers pose for a photo to mark the end of the 2016-2020 legislative session, at the Legislative Council on July 17. The Hong Kong government on July 31 postponed the Legco elections scheduled for September 6 by one year, citing public health risks posed by a new Covid-19 wave. Photo: Dickson Lee Pro-democracy lawmakers pose for a photo to mark the end of the 2016-2020 legislative session, at the Legislative Council on July 17. The Hong Kong government on July 31 postponed the Legco elections scheduled for September 6 by one year, citing public health risks posed by a new Covid-19 wave. Photo: Dickson Lee
Pro-democracy lawmakers pose for a photo to mark the end of the 2016-2020 legislative session, at the Legislative Council on July 17. The Hong Kong government on July 31 postponed the Legco elections scheduled for September 6 by one year, citing public health risks posed by a new Covid-19 wave. Photo: Dickson Lee
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