Democratic Party legislator Ted Hui is intercepted by Legco security guards as he drops a bag holding a container of foul-smelling rotten plants during the second day of the debate on the national anthem law at the Legislative Council in Tamar on May 28. Photo: Nora Tam Democratic Party legislator Ted Hui is intercepted by Legco security guards as he drops a bag holding a container of foul-smelling rotten plants during the second day of the debate on the national anthem law at the Legislative Council in Tamar on May 28. Photo: Nora Tam
Democratic Party legislator Ted Hui is intercepted by Legco security guards as he drops a bag holding a container of foul-smelling rotten plants during the second day of the debate on the national anthem law at the Legislative Council in Tamar on May 28. Photo: Nora Tam
Alice Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Alice Wu

When Hong Kong’s pan-democrat lawmakers resort to pranks, the joke is on Hong Kong

  • Legislators who pull stunts during debates are part of the political problem. The ineffective and hypocritical opposition must share the blame for the city’s dysfunctional politics

Democratic Party legislator Ted Hui is intercepted by Legco security guards as he drops a bag holding a container of foul-smelling rotten plants during the second day of the debate on the national anthem law at the Legislative Council in Tamar on May 28. Photo: Nora Tam Democratic Party legislator Ted Hui is intercepted by Legco security guards as he drops a bag holding a container of foul-smelling rotten plants during the second day of the debate on the national anthem law at the Legislative Council in Tamar on May 28. Photo: Nora Tam
Democratic Party legislator Ted Hui is intercepted by Legco security guards as he drops a bag holding a container of foul-smelling rotten plants during the second day of the debate on the national anthem law at the Legislative Council in Tamar on May 28. Photo: Nora Tam
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