Chair Starry Lee (left, in white) attempts to continue a House Committee meeting over opposition protests at the Legislative Council complex in Tamar on May 22, 2020. Photo: Dickson Lee
Chair Starry Lee (left, in white) attempts to continue a House Committee meeting over opposition protests at the Legislative Council complex in Tamar on May 22, 2020. Photo: Dickson Lee
Alice Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Alice Wu

Why Legco’s new-found ‘efficiency’ comes at a high price

  • Pro-establishment lawmakers and the government are celebrating a new, more productive era as the legislative session draws to a close
  • Claims of greater efficiency mean little, though, when the sources of discontent and distrust are as entrenched as ever

Chair Starry Lee (left, in white) attempts to continue a House Committee meeting over opposition protests at the Legislative Council complex in Tamar on May 22, 2020. Photo: Dickson Lee
Chair Starry Lee (left, in white) attempts to continue a House Committee meeting over opposition protests at the Legislative Council complex in Tamar on May 22, 2020. Photo: Dickson Lee
READ FULL ARTICLE