Hong Kong’s pro-establishment bloc promoted the need for stability after months of protests in the city, but the strategy appeared to have little impact. Photo: AP Hong Kong’s pro-establishment bloc promoted the need for stability after months of protests in the city, but the strategy appeared to have little impact. Photo: AP
Hong Kong’s pro-establishment bloc promoted the need for stability after months of protests in the city, but the strategy appeared to have little impact. Photo: AP

Time for Beijing to rethink Hong Kong script after pan-democrat landslide, Chinese analysts say

  • The results of the district council elections will boost the power of the non-establishment camp and possibly influence the race for the city’s leader, observers say
  • A central government official agreed that Beijing was surprised by the landslide win for the pan-democrats

Topic |   Hong Kong district council elections
Hong Kong’s pro-establishment bloc promoted the need for stability after months of protests in the city, but the strategy appeared to have little impact. Photo: AP Hong Kong’s pro-establishment bloc promoted the need for stability after months of protests in the city, but the strategy appeared to have little impact. Photo: AP
Hong Kong’s pro-establishment bloc promoted the need for stability after months of protests in the city, but the strategy appeared to have little impact. Photo: AP
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