Opposition Legco members pose for a separate group photograph after the last session ended on July 17. In a sign of the deep rift, lawmakers refused to stand together for the traditional end-of-term photo. Photo: Dickson Lee Opposition Legco members pose for a separate group photograph after the last session ended on July 17. In a sign of the deep rift, lawmakers refused to stand together for the traditional end-of-term photo. Photo: Dickson Lee
Opposition Legco members pose for a separate group photograph after the last session ended on July 17. In a sign of the deep rift, lawmakers refused to stand together for the traditional end-of-term photo. Photo: Dickson Lee
Bernard Chan
Opinion

Opinion

Bernard Chan

Opposition made the right decision to stay in Legco and start political healing in Hong Kong

  • In doing so, the pan-democrats risk accusations of betrayal and voter rejection. But everyone needs to let go of something for the greater interest of Hong Kong

Opposition Legco members pose for a separate group photograph after the last session ended on July 17. In a sign of the deep rift, lawmakers refused to stand together for the traditional end-of-term photo. Photo: Dickson Lee Opposition Legco members pose for a separate group photograph after the last session ended on July 17. In a sign of the deep rift, lawmakers refused to stand together for the traditional end-of-term photo. Photo: Dickson Lee
Opposition Legco members pose for a separate group photograph after the last session ended on July 17. In a sign of the deep rift, lawmakers refused to stand together for the traditional end-of-term photo. Photo: Dickson Lee
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