Voters stand in line outside a polling station in Lam Tin during the district council elections on November 24, 2019. Photo: BloombergVoters stand in line outside a polling station in Lam Tin during the district council elections on November 24, 2019. Photo: Bloomberg
Voters stand in line outside a polling station in Lam Tin during the district council elections on November 24, 2019. Photo: Bloomberg
Mike Rowse
Opinion

Opinion

Mike Rowse

Legco election: what choices do moderate Hong Kong voters have in September?

  • Broadly speaking, only non-destructive opposition politicians and a revamped DAB will appeal to moderate voters
  • The elections should go ahead in September, despite Covid-19. If other communities can do it, why not Hong Kong?

Voters stand in line outside a polling station in Lam Tin during the district council elections on November 24, 2019. Photo: BloombergVoters stand in line outside a polling station in Lam Tin during the district council elections on November 24, 2019. Photo: Bloomberg
Voters stand in line outside a polling station in Lam Tin during the district council elections on November 24, 2019. Photo: Bloomberg
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