Opposition lawmaker Raymond Chan Chi-chuen (centre) struggles with security staff at a Legislative Council meeting last month, a sight which has become all too common in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee Opposition lawmaker Raymond Chan Chi-chuen (centre) struggles with security staff at a Legislative Council meeting last month, a sight which has become all too common in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee
Opposition lawmaker Raymond Chan Chi-chuen (centre) struggles with security staff at a Legislative Council meeting last month, a sight which has become all too common in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee
Mike Rowse
Opinion

Opinion

Mike Rowse

As national security law looms, here’s what is really ailing Hong Kong politics

  • The simple truth is that the administration knows how to administer but not how to govern. The opposition knows how to obstruct but not how to work the system to get things done. This is a case of chronic immaturity syndrome

Opposition lawmaker Raymond Chan Chi-chuen (centre) struggles with security staff at a Legislative Council meeting last month, a sight which has become all too common in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee Opposition lawmaker Raymond Chan Chi-chuen (centre) struggles with security staff at a Legislative Council meeting last month, a sight which has become all too common in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee
Opposition lawmaker Raymond Chan Chi-chuen (centre) struggles with security staff at a Legislative Council meeting last month, a sight which has become all too common in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee
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