Hong Kong’s election authority took 15 months to probe a complaint lodged by a polling agent of Edward Yiu (in picture). Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong politicians urge election authority to increase manpower to probe complaints of irregularities ahead of district council polls

  • Election authority let a polling officer with “inappropriate” behaviour escape prosecution as the probe took 15 months against the deadline of six months
  • Politicians seek increased manpower to handle complaints, especially as there are concerns whether the election day will be marred by violence
Topic |   Hong Kong district council elections

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Hong Kong’s election authority took 15 months to probe a complaint lodged by a polling agent of Edward Yiu (in picture). Photo: Sam Tsang
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