Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po delivers his latest budget on February 24 to a receptive Legislative Council devoid of opposition. Photo: Edmond So Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po delivers his latest budget on February 24 to a receptive Legislative Council devoid of opposition. Photo: Edmond So
Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po delivers his latest budget on February 24 to a receptive Legislative Council devoid of opposition. Photo: Edmond So

Letters | Why Hong Kong rule changes signal return to civility in chamber

  • Lawmakers deemed to have misbehaved now face a suspension of at least one week, and delays from filibuster may become a thing of the past

Topic |   Legislative Council of Hong Kong
Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po delivers his latest budget on February 24 to a receptive Legislative Council devoid of opposition. Photo: Edmond So Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po delivers his latest budget on February 24 to a receptive Legislative Council devoid of opposition. Photo: Edmond So
Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po delivers his latest budget on February 24 to a receptive Legislative Council devoid of opposition. Photo: Edmond So
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