A model of the voting panel for Legislative Council members at the government headquarters in Hong Kong on March 29, ahead of sweeping electoral changes announced by the National   People’s Congress Standing Committee. Photo: Bloomberg A model of the voting panel for Legislative Council members at the government headquarters in Hong Kong on March 29, ahead of sweeping electoral changes announced by the National   People’s Congress Standing Committee. Photo: Bloomberg
A model of the voting panel for Legislative Council members at the government headquarters in Hong Kong on March 29, ahead of sweeping electoral changes announced by the National People’s Congress Standing Committee. Photo: Bloomberg
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Letters | How Hong Kong’s election overhaul can be a step forward, not back

  • Democracy is a long process and progress or regression cannot be judged from one angle

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A model of the voting panel for Legislative Council members at the government headquarters in Hong Kong on March 29, ahead of sweeping electoral changes announced by the National   People’s Congress Standing Committee. Photo: Bloomberg A model of the voting panel for Legislative Council members at the government headquarters in Hong Kong on March 29, ahead of sweeping electoral changes announced by the National   People’s Congress Standing Committee. Photo: Bloomberg
A model of the voting panel for Legislative Council members at the government headquarters in Hong Kong on March 29, ahead of sweeping electoral changes announced by the National People’s Congress Standing Committee. Photo: Bloomberg
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