Professor Michael Davis says given the way the government represent things, voters are not likely to have confidence in the model. Photo: May Tse Professor Michael Davis says given the way the government represent things, voters are not likely to have confidence in the model. Photo: May Tse
Professor Michael Davis says given the way the government represent things, voters are not likely to have confidence in the model. Photo: May Tse

Plan to give voters a veto in Hong Kong elections 'not truly democratic'

Professor Michael Davis says compromise plan touted by HKU colleague will not assuage concerns about a lack of real choice at 2017 election

Topic |   Universal suffrage in Hong Kong
Professor Michael Davis says given the way the government represent things, voters are not likely to have confidence in the model. Photo: May Tse Professor Michael Davis says given the way the government represent things, voters are not likely to have confidence in the model. Photo: May Tse
Professor Michael Davis says given the way the government represent things, voters are not likely to have confidence in the model. Photo: May Tse
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