People walk past a banner in Mong Kok on November 12 promoting the Legco election, which will be held on December 19. Photo: Dickson Lee
People walk past a banner in Mong Kok on November 12 promoting the Legco election, which will be held on December 19. Photo: Dickson Lee
Kevin Lau Chung Hang
Opinion

Opinion

Kevin Lau Chung Hang

Hong Kong’s upcoming election offers the prospect of a revitalised Legislative Council

  • Given the challenges facing the city, this is an important milestone in the governance of Hong Kong
  • The changes can lead to an improved executive-legislative relationship, so lawmakers can be more effective in resolving the city’s deep-rooted problems

People walk past a banner in Mong Kok on November 12 promoting the Legco election, which will be held on December 19. Photo: Dickson Lee
People walk past a banner in Mong Kok on November 12 promoting the Legco election, which will be held on December 19. Photo: Dickson Lee
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