Pro-Beijing lawmakers meet the media after a House Committee meeting in the Legislative Council on April 24. Photo: Edmond So Pro-Beijing lawmakers meet the media after a House Committee meeting in the Legislative Council on April 24. Photo: Edmond So
Pro-Beijing lawmakers meet the media after a House Committee meeting in the Legislative Council on April 24. Photo: Edmond So
Alice Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Alice Wu

Behind the bluster, Beijing is really cracking the whip on pro-establishment lawmakers

  • Hong Kong’s legislative gridlock has drawn statements from Beijing’s representatives. But democrats’ filibusters are old news. Beijing is likely more disappointed that the pro-establishment camp hasn’t broken the gridlock after months of delay

Pro-Beijing lawmakers meet the media after a House Committee meeting in the Legislative Council on April 24. Photo: Edmond So Pro-Beijing lawmakers meet the media after a House Committee meeting in the Legislative Council on April 24. Photo: Edmond So
Pro-Beijing lawmakers meet the media after a House Committee meeting in the Legislative Council on April 24. Photo: Edmond So
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