Patrick Nip said he ‘reported and discussed’ the administration’s plans for the polls with the central government. Photo:Sam Tsang Patrick Nip said he ‘reported and discussed’ the administration’s plans for the polls with the central government. Photo:Sam Tsang
Patrick Nip said he ‘reported and discussed’ the administration’s plans for the polls with the central government. Photo:Sam Tsang

Hong Kong’s mainland affairs chief accused of ‘one country, two systems’ breach over by-elections

Patrick Nip said he ‘reported and discussed’ the administration’s plans for the polls, to fill seats of disqualified legislators, whilst in Beijing

Topic |   Legislative Council oath-taking saga
Patrick Nip said he ‘reported and discussed’ the administration’s plans for the polls with the central government. Photo:Sam Tsang Patrick Nip said he ‘reported and discussed’ the administration’s plans for the polls with the central government. Photo:Sam Tsang
Patrick Nip said he ‘reported and discussed’ the administration’s plans for the polls with the central government. Photo:Sam Tsang
READ FULL ARTICLE