Pro-Beijing supporters celebrate after China's top legislative body passed a resolution allowing for the disqualification of any Hong Kong lawmakers who aren't deemed sufficiently loyal. Photo: Bloomberg Pro-Beijing supporters celebrate after China's top legislative body passed a resolution allowing for the disqualification of any Hong Kong lawmakers who aren't deemed sufficiently loyal. Photo: Bloomberg
Pro-Beijing supporters celebrate after China's top legislative body passed a resolution allowing for the disqualification of any Hong Kong lawmakers who aren't deemed sufficiently loyal. Photo: Bloomberg
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‘Patriots’ push and diversity of Hong Kong should find way to coexist

  • Reforms have to further the healthy development of ‘one country, two systems’ without killing off the pluralism that is characteristic of Hong Kong politics

Pro-Beijing supporters celebrate after China's top legislative body passed a resolution allowing for the disqualification of any Hong Kong lawmakers who aren't deemed sufficiently loyal. Photo: Bloomberg Pro-Beijing supporters celebrate after China's top legislative body passed a resolution allowing for the disqualification of any Hong Kong lawmakers who aren't deemed sufficiently loyal. Photo: Bloomberg
Pro-Beijing supporters celebrate after China's top legislative body passed a resolution allowing for the disqualification of any Hong Kong lawmakers who aren't deemed sufficiently loyal. Photo: Bloomberg
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