Pro-Beijing demonstrators wave the flags of China (right) and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, as they celebrate outside the Legislative Council in Hong Kong on November 12. China’s top legislative body on November 11 passed a resolution allowing for the disqualification of any Hong Kong lawmakers not deemed sufficiently loyal. Photo: Bloomberg Pro-Beijing demonstrators wave the flags of China (right) and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, as they celebrate outside the Legislative Council in Hong Kong on November 12. China’s top legislative body on November 11 passed a resolution allowing for the disqualification of any Hong Kong lawmakers not deemed sufficiently loyal. Photo: Bloomberg
Pro-Beijing demonstrators wave the flags of China (right) and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, as they celebrate outside the Legislative Council in Hong Kong on November 12. China’s top legislative body on November 11 passed a resolution allowing for the disqualification of any Hong Kong lawmakers not deemed sufficiently loyal. Photo: Bloomberg

Letters | Hong Kong has entered ‘one country, one system’

Topic |   Hong Kong Basic Law
Pro-Beijing demonstrators wave the flags of China (right) and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, as they celebrate outside the Legislative Council in Hong Kong on November 12. China’s top legislative body on November 11 passed a resolution allowing for the disqualification of any Hong Kong lawmakers not deemed sufficiently loyal. Photo: Bloomberg Pro-Beijing demonstrators wave the flags of China (right) and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, as they celebrate outside the Legislative Council in Hong Kong on November 12. China’s top legislative body on November 11 passed a resolution allowing for the disqualification of any Hong Kong lawmakers not deemed sufficiently loyal. Photo: Bloomberg
Pro-Beijing demonstrators wave the flags of China (right) and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, as they celebrate outside the Legislative Council in Hong Kong on November 12. China’s top legislative body on November 11 passed a resolution allowing for the disqualification of any Hong Kong lawmakers not deemed sufficiently loyal. Photo: Bloomberg
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