A protest banner hangs from the window of a flat in 2016, saying “I want real elections”, complete with a yellow umbrella, the symbol of the 2014 Occupy movement, then Hong Kong’s largest pro-democracy demonstration. Photo: Nora Tam
Mike Rowse
Opinion

Opinion

Mike Rowse

Hong Kong desperately needs political reform to make Legco and the chief executive accountable

  • Far from ripping Hong Kong apart and deepening divisions, political reform will allow a more representative government to better deal with controversial legislation, whether on extradition or national security

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A protest banner hangs from the window of a flat in 2016, saying “I want real elections”, complete with a yellow umbrella, the symbol of the 2014 Occupy movement, then Hong Kong’s largest pro-democracy demonstration. Photo: Nora Tam
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