People line up to vote at service centre (polling station) for democratic parties' primary election in Tai Po on Sunday. Photo: Felix WongPeople line up to vote at service centre (polling station) for democratic parties' primary election in Tai Po on Sunday. Photo: Felix Wong
People line up to vote at service centre (polling station) for democratic parties' primary election in Tai Po on Sunday. Photo: Felix Wong
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More confrontation looms on Hong Kong horizon

  • The pro-democrats’ primary saw the defeat of prominent veterans by more radical youngsters, leaving the way open for the Beijing and city governments to act tougher

People line up to vote at service centre (polling station) for democratic parties' primary election in Tai Po on Sunday. Photo: Felix WongPeople line up to vote at service centre (polling station) for democratic parties' primary election in Tai Po on Sunday. Photo: Felix Wong
People line up to vote at service centre (polling station) for democratic parties' primary election in Tai Po on Sunday. Photo: Felix Wong
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