Former Occupy activist Chan Ho-tin says the National Party will use “whatever effective means” available to push for independence and will run in the Legco elections in September. Photo: Nora Tam Former Occupy activist Chan Ho-tin says the National Party will use “whatever effective means” available to push for independence and will run in the Legco elections in September. Photo: Nora Tam
Former Occupy activist Chan Ho-tin says the National Party will use “whatever effective means” available to push for independence and will run in the Legco elections in September. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong National Party is born: will push for independence, will not recognise the Basic Law

Hong Kong National Party could be on thin ice with mainland authorities after declaring it will not recognise the Basic Law

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Former Occupy activist Chan Ho-tin says the National Party will use “whatever effective means” available to push for independence and will run in the Legco elections in September. Photo: Nora Tam Former Occupy activist Chan Ho-tin says the National Party will use “whatever effective means” available to push for independence and will run in the Legco elections in September. Photo: Nora Tam
Former Occupy activist Chan Ho-tin says the National Party will use “whatever effective means” available to push for independence and will run in the Legco elections in September. Photo: Nora Tam
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