(Centre L-R) Lawmakers Jeffrey Lam Kin-fung; and Lo Wai-kwok (holding phone) attends the Legislative Council (LegCo) Finance Committee (FC), Legislative Council Complex, Tamar. Photo: Jonathan Wong (Centre L-R) Lawmakers Jeffrey Lam Kin-fung; and Lo Wai-kwok (holding phone) attends the Legislative Council (LegCo) Finance Committee (FC), Legislative Council Complex, Tamar. Photo: Jonathan Wong
(Centre L-R) Lawmakers Jeffrey Lam Kin-fung; and Lo Wai-kwok (holding phone) attends the Legislative Council (LegCo) Finance Committee (FC), Legislative Council Complex, Tamar. Photo: Jonathan Wong
SCMP Editorial
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SCMP Editorial

The public will suffer if Legco row drags on

  • There appears to be no obvious way out of the ‘lockdown’ of the city’s legislature, putting an array of bills and livelihood issues in jeopardy

(Centre L-R) Lawmakers Jeffrey Lam Kin-fung; and Lo Wai-kwok (holding phone) attends the Legislative Council (LegCo) Finance Committee (FC), Legislative Council Complex, Tamar. Photo: Jonathan Wong (Centre L-R) Lawmakers Jeffrey Lam Kin-fung; and Lo Wai-kwok (holding phone) attends the Legislative Council (LegCo) Finance Committee (FC), Legislative Council Complex, Tamar. Photo: Jonathan Wong
(Centre L-R) Lawmakers Jeffrey Lam Kin-fung; and Lo Wai-kwok (holding phone) attends the Legislative Council (LegCo) Finance Committee (FC), Legislative Council Complex, Tamar. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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