People queue up to vote in district council elections in Sha Tin, Hong Kong, on November 24, 2019. Photo: Winson WongPeople queue up to vote in district council elections in Sha Tin, Hong Kong, on November 24, 2019. Photo: Winson Wong
People queue up to vote in district council elections in Sha Tin, Hong Kong, on November 24, 2019. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong election takeaways: has pan-democrat domination made them kingmakers in race to succeed Carrie Lam as chief executive?

  • Pro-establishment bloc licks wounds as its rivals seek to capitalise in long term on district council takeover
  • Power struggle will see pro-democracy bloc try to wrest control from government to district councils, academic predicts

Topic |   Hong Kong district council elections
People queue up to vote in district council elections in Sha Tin, Hong Kong, on November 24, 2019. Photo: Winson WongPeople queue up to vote in district council elections in Sha Tin, Hong Kong, on November 24, 2019. Photo: Winson Wong
People queue up to vote in district council elections in Sha Tin, Hong Kong, on November 24, 2019. Photo: Winson Wong
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