Poll workers count votes on December 20 following the Legislative Council election.  Getting beyond the election might give the city breathing space to begin to address festering social issues like affordable housing and economic disparities. Photo: Dickson Lee
Poll workers count votes on December 20 following the Legislative Council election. Getting beyond the election might give the city breathing space to begin to address festering social issues like affordable housing and economic disparities. Photo: Dickson Lee
Robin Hibberd
Opinion

Opinion

Robin Hibberd

Flawed Legislative Council election still the best way to get Hong Kong back on track

  • It is understandable that people are sceptical and worried about how they will be governed
  • While the election had its imperfections, the promise of better political discourse and a sense of normalcy at least provide a silver lining

Poll workers count votes on December 20 following the Legislative Council election.  Getting beyond the election might give the city breathing space to begin to address festering social issues like affordable housing and economic disparities. Photo: Dickson Lee
Poll workers count votes on December 20 following the Legislative Council election. Getting beyond the election might give the city breathing space to begin to address festering social issues like affordable housing and economic disparities. Photo: Dickson Lee
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