Leung Kwok-hung, in red, is stopped by security guards as he tries to throw a plastic hammer towards then chief secretary Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor (seated far left) during a meeting on proposed electoral reforms, at the Legislative Council in Hong Kong on July 15, 2014. Photo: Sam Tsang Leung Kwok-hung, in red, is stopped by security guards as he tries to throw a plastic hammer towards then chief secretary Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor (seated far left) during a meeting on proposed electoral reforms, at the Legislative Council in Hong Kong on July 15, 2014. Photo: Sam Tsang
Leung Kwok-hung, in red, is stopped by security guards as he tries to throw a plastic hammer towards then chief secretary Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor (seated far left) during a meeting on proposed electoral reforms, at the Legislative Council in Hong Kong on July 15, 2014. Photo: Sam Tsang

Letters | Efficiency is a fair goal for Hong Kong: but so is a system of check and balance

  • Hong Kong must ensure that checks and balances not fall by the wayside in the Legislative Council’s march to efficiency

Topic |   Hong Kong electoral changes
Leung Kwok-hung, in red, is stopped by security guards as he tries to throw a plastic hammer towards then chief secretary Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor (seated far left) during a meeting on proposed electoral reforms, at the Legislative Council in Hong Kong on July 15, 2014. Photo: Sam Tsang Leung Kwok-hung, in red, is stopped by security guards as he tries to throw a plastic hammer towards then chief secretary Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor (seated far left) during a meeting on proposed electoral reforms, at the Legislative Council in Hong Kong on July 15, 2014. Photo: Sam Tsang
Leung Kwok-hung, in red, is stopped by security guards as he tries to throw a plastic hammer towards then chief secretary Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor (seated far left) during a meeting on proposed electoral reforms, at the Legislative Council in Hong Kong on July 15, 2014. Photo: Sam Tsang
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