Democratic Party legislator Ted Hui Chi-fung throws what he says is a bottle of rotten plants during a debate in the Legislative Council on May 28. Photo: Nora Tam Democratic Party legislator Ted Hui Chi-fung throws what he says is a bottle of rotten plants during a debate in the Legislative Council on May 28. Photo: Nora Tam
Democratic Party legislator Ted Hui Chi-fung throws what he says is a bottle of rotten plants during a debate in the Legislative Council on May 28. Photo: Nora Tam
Alice Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Alice Wu

National security law: blue or yellow, Hong Kong lawmakers have let down Hongkongers

  • The protest movement and divisive politics have become Beijing’s justifications for the security law. The opposition and pro-Beijing camp helped put Hong Kong in this predicament, yet few are protecting Hongkongers’ interests now

Democratic Party legislator Ted Hui Chi-fung throws what he says is a bottle of rotten plants during a debate in the Legislative Council on May 28. Photo: Nora Tam Democratic Party legislator Ted Hui Chi-fung throws what he says is a bottle of rotten plants during a debate in the Legislative Council on May 28. Photo: Nora Tam
Democratic Party legislator Ted Hui Chi-fung throws what he says is a bottle of rotten plants during a debate in the Legislative Council on May 28. Photo: Nora Tam
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