A Legislative Council security guard attempts to tackle Democratic Party legislator Ted Hui Chi-fung, who is trying to hurl a container of foul-smelling rotten plants on May 28. Photo: Nora Tam A Legislative Council security guard attempts to tackle Democratic Party legislator Ted Hui Chi-fung, who is trying to hurl a container of foul-smelling rotten plants on May 28. Photo: Nora Tam
A Legislative Council security guard attempts to tackle Democratic Party legislator Ted Hui Chi-fung, who is trying to hurl a container of foul-smelling rotten plants on May 28. Photo: Nora Tam
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Polls need to signal new chapter for Hong Kong’s Legislative Council

  • As another unedifying term comes to a close for the Hong Kong legislature, concerted efforts are required from all for the sake of governance and political development

A Legislative Council security guard attempts to tackle Democratic Party legislator Ted Hui Chi-fung, who is trying to hurl a container of foul-smelling rotten plants on May 28. Photo: Nora Tam A Legislative Council security guard attempts to tackle Democratic Party legislator Ted Hui Chi-fung, who is trying to hurl a container of foul-smelling rotten plants on May 28. Photo: Nora Tam
A Legislative Council security guard attempts to tackle Democratic Party legislator Ted Hui Chi-fung, who is trying to hurl a container of foul-smelling rotten plants on May 28. Photo: Nora Tam
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