Pro-Beijing groups show support to the move to disqualify four pan-democratic lawmakers, outside Tamar. Photo: SCMP/ Edmond So Pro-Beijing groups show support to the move to disqualify four pan-democratic lawmakers, outside Tamar. Photo: SCMP/ Edmond So
Pro-Beijing groups show support to the move to disqualify four pan-democratic lawmakers, outside Tamar. Photo: SCMP/ Edmond So
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Pan-dems must find a way forward in these troubled times

  • They may not be particularly well liked by Beijing and some others in society, but it is important that they stay relevant and continue to play a constructive and meaningful role, inside and outside the establishment

Pro-Beijing groups show support to the move to disqualify four pan-democratic lawmakers, outside Tamar. Photo: SCMP/ Edmond So Pro-Beijing groups show support to the move to disqualify four pan-democratic lawmakers, outside Tamar. Photo: SCMP/ Edmond So
Pro-Beijing groups show support to the move to disqualify four pan-democratic lawmakers, outside Tamar. Photo: SCMP/ Edmond So
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