Democracy supporters raise their hands in support of the “five demands” of the protest movement at Wong Tai Sin Plaza on November 30. Photo: Edmond SoDemocracy supporters raise their hands in support of the “five demands” of the protest movement at Wong Tai Sin Plaza on November 30. Photo: Edmond So
Democracy supporters raise their hands in support of the “five demands” of the protest movement at Wong Tai Sin Plaza on November 30. Photo: Edmond So
Andrew Leung
Opinion

Opinion

Andrew Leung

Six powerful reasons for Beijing to rethink how Hong Kong should be governed, in the interests of long-term stability

  • Hongkongers have signalled their intent for greater democracy, and pan-democrats’ electoral momentum will continue if the issue is not addressed. A solution will require meeting some protest demands, and also Beijing’s national security concerns

Democracy supporters raise their hands in support of the “five demands” of the protest movement at Wong Tai Sin Plaza on November 30. Photo: Edmond SoDemocracy supporters raise their hands in support of the “five demands” of the protest movement at Wong Tai Sin Plaza on November 30. Photo: Edmond So
Democracy supporters raise their hands in support of the “five demands” of the protest movement at Wong Tai Sin Plaza on November 30. Photo: Edmond So
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