One of the proposed rule changes would give Legco president Andrew Leung power to reject amendments which “prolong the proceedings unnecessarily”. Photo: Sam Tsang One of the proposed rule changes would give Legco president Andrew Leung power to reject amendments which “prolong the proceedings unnecessarily”. Photo: Sam Tsang
One of the proposed rule changes would give Legco president Andrew Leung power to reject amendments which “prolong the proceedings unnecessarily”. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong Legco rule change floated in attack on filibustering

Proposals include mechanism for time limits on particular debates

Topic |   Legislative Council of Hong Kong
One of the proposed rule changes would give Legco president Andrew Leung power to reject amendments which “prolong the proceedings unnecessarily”. Photo: Sam Tsang One of the proposed rule changes would give Legco president Andrew Leung power to reject amendments which “prolong the proceedings unnecessarily”. Photo: Sam Tsang
One of the proposed rule changes would give Legco president Andrew Leung power to reject amendments which “prolong the proceedings unnecessarily”. Photo: Sam Tsang
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