Anti-government protesters in Mong Kok. Hong Kong has been rocked by 22 consecutive weekends of protests with no end in sight. Photo: Felix Wong Anti-government protesters in Mong Kok. Hong Kong has been rocked by 22 consecutive weekends of protests with no end in sight. Photo: Felix Wong
Anti-government protesters in Mong Kok. Hong Kong has been rocked by 22 consecutive weekends of protests with no end in sight. Photo: Felix Wong

Will Hong Kong’s district council elections be postponed? Officials watching if protest violence persists, but decision might be pushed to polling day on November 24

  • Source says government may invite accusations it is suppressing voting rights if it cancels elections too early
  • Pro-democracy camp, fearing backlash, is gauging right time to urge radicals to reduce violence, while rivals question fairness amid campaign challenges

Topic |   Hong Kong district council elections
Anti-government protesters in Mong Kok. Hong Kong has been rocked by 22 consecutive weekends of protests with no end in sight. Photo: Felix Wong Anti-government protesters in Mong Kok. Hong Kong has been rocked by 22 consecutive weekends of protests with no end in sight. Photo: Felix Wong
Anti-government protesters in Mong Kok. Hong Kong has been rocked by 22 consecutive weekends of protests with no end in sight. Photo: Felix Wong
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