(L-R) DAB members Timothy Lau; Vincent Cheng Wing-shun; Joseph Chan and Cheung Wai-Nam, meets the media on governments’ 2nd tranche of Employment Support Scheme at the Legco Building in Tamar. Photo: Edmond So (L-R) DAB members Timothy Lau; Vincent Cheng Wing-shun; Joseph Chan and Cheung Wai-Nam, meets the media on governments’ 2nd tranche of Employment Support Scheme at the Legco Building in Tamar. Photo: Edmond So
(L-R) DAB members Timothy Lau; Vincent Cheng Wing-shun; Joseph Chan and Cheung Wai-Nam, meets the media on governments’ 2nd tranche of Employment Support Scheme at the Legco Building in Tamar. Photo: Edmond So
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Pan-dems must stay to ensure checks and balances in Legislative Council

  • It will not be in the interest of Hong Kong for members of the opposition to quit following an extension of the law-making body’s term

(L-R) DAB members Timothy Lau; Vincent Cheng Wing-shun; Joseph Chan and Cheung Wai-Nam, meets the media on governments’ 2nd tranche of Employment Support Scheme at the Legco Building in Tamar. Photo: Edmond So (L-R) DAB members Timothy Lau; Vincent Cheng Wing-shun; Joseph Chan and Cheung Wai-Nam, meets the media on governments’ 2nd tranche of Employment Support Scheme at the Legco Building in Tamar. Photo: Edmond So
(L-R) DAB members Timothy Lau; Vincent Cheng Wing-shun; Joseph Chan and Cheung Wai-Nam, meets the media on governments’ 2nd tranche of Employment Support Scheme at the Legco Building in Tamar. Photo: Edmond So
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