Eddie Chu says he changed his mind after a court in September ruled “self-determination” was not compatible with Hong Kong’s Basic Law. Photo: AFPEddie Chu says he changed his mind after a court in September ruled “self-determination” was not compatible with Hong Kong’s Basic Law. Photo: AFP
Eddie Chu says he changed his mind after a court in September ruled “self-determination” was not compatible with Hong Kong’s Basic Law. Photo: AFP

Pro-democracy lawmaker Eddie Chu gets nod to run in district council elections after he confirms renouncing Hong Kong’s self-determination

  • Chu says he changed his mind after a court in September ruled ‘self-determination’ was not compatible with Hong Kong’s mini-constitution, the Basic Law
  • Last December, he was barred from running for a village chief election for ‘implicitly’ supporting the city’s self-determination

Topic |   Hong Kong localism and independence
Eddie Chu says he changed his mind after a court in September ruled “self-determination” was not compatible with Hong Kong’s Basic Law. Photo: AFPEddie Chu says he changed his mind after a court in September ruled “self-determination” was not compatible with Hong Kong’s Basic Law. Photo: AFP
Eddie Chu says he changed his mind after a court in September ruled “self-determination” was not compatible with Hong Kong’s Basic Law. Photo: AFP
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