Special dispensation could be given to Hong Kong residents who are staying on the mainland but want to vote in coming elections. Photo:  Felix Wong Special dispensation could be given to Hong Kong residents who are staying on the mainland but want to vote in coming elections. Photo:  Felix Wong
Special dispensation could be given to Hong Kong residents who are staying on the mainland but want to vote in coming elections. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong residents stranded in mainland China by coronavirus may be allowed to vote in local elections at special polling stations on city side of border

  • Ministers also reveal the term for newly empowered Election Committee to last five years, but say they are in the dark over what happens next
  • Government puts bill for delivering Beijing’s drastic overhaul of Hong Kong’s electoral system before Legco for lawmakers to scrutinise for first time

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
Special dispensation could be given to Hong Kong residents who are staying on the mainland but want to vote in coming elections. Photo:  Felix Wong Special dispensation could be given to Hong Kong residents who are staying on the mainland but want to vote in coming elections. Photo:  Felix Wong
Special dispensation could be given to Hong Kong residents who are staying on the mainland but want to vote in coming elections. Photo: Felix Wong
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