Scholarism activists present Carrie Lam with a report card giving the government a top score in physical education, for "moving the goalposts". Photo: Edward Wong Scholarism activists present Carrie Lam with a report card giving the government a top score in physical education, for "moving the goalposts". Photo: Edward Wong
Scholarism activists present Carrie Lam with a report card giving the government a top score in physical education, for "moving the goalposts". Photo: Edward Wong
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Even moderate electoral reform ideas conflict with government's 'mainstream' view

Government says its report to Beijing reflects city's opinions on electoral reform, but it flies in the face of many of the proposals mulled so far

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Scholarism activists present Carrie Lam with a report card giving the government a top score in physical education, for "moving the goalposts". Photo: Edward Wong Scholarism activists present Carrie Lam with a report card giving the government a top score in physical education, for "moving the goalposts". Photo: Edward Wong
Scholarism activists present Carrie Lam with a report card giving the government a top score in physical education, for "moving the goalposts". Photo: Edward Wong
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