The damage caused by vandals during the July 1 storming of the Legislative Council in Admiralty is set to cost at least HK$40 million to repair, according to the legislature’s estimate. Photo: Sam Tsang The damage caused by vandals during the July 1 storming of the Legislative Council in Admiralty is set to cost at least HK$40 million to repair, according to the legislature’s estimate. Photo: Sam Tsang
The damage caused by vandals during the July 1 storming of the Legislative Council in Admiralty is set to cost at least HK$40 million to repair, according to the legislature’s estimate. Photo: Sam Tsang

Damage to Hong Kong’s Legislative Council caused by protesters on July 1 will cost more than HK$40 million to repair, says boss Andrew Leung

  • Legco president optimistic the vandalised building can be restored in time for new legislative year
  • Hundreds stormed the complex on anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to Chinese sovereignty, spray-painting graffiti and bringing down security systems

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The damage caused by vandals during the July 1 storming of the Legislative Council in Admiralty is set to cost at least HK$40 million to repair, according to the legislature’s estimate. Photo: Sam Tsang The damage caused by vandals during the July 1 storming of the Legislative Council in Admiralty is set to cost at least HK$40 million to repair, according to the legislature’s estimate. Photo: Sam Tsang
The damage caused by vandals during the July 1 storming of the Legislative Council in Admiralty is set to cost at least HK$40 million to repair, according to the legislature’s estimate. Photo: Sam Tsang
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