There is little consensus around the idea of using primaries to determine opposition candidates for September. Some fear splitting votes will see the pro-democracy camp lose out on seats. Photo: Reuters There is little consensus around the idea of using primaries to determine opposition candidates for September. Some fear splitting votes will see the pro-democracy camp lose out on seats. Photo: Reuters
There is little consensus around the idea of using primaries to determine opposition candidates for September. Some fear splitting votes will see the pro-democracy camp lose out on seats. Photo: Reuters

Hong Kong pro-democracy camp split over holding internal ballots to maximise its chances in Legislative Council elections

  • Pan-democrats riding high, but failure to whittle down candidates for Legislative Council elections in September could cost them gains
  • Younger candidates in the ascendant on back of the anti-government protests are largely resistant to taking part in primary elections

Topic |   Legislative Council elections 2020
There is little consensus around the idea of using primaries to determine opposition candidates for September. Some fear splitting votes will see the pro-democracy camp lose out on seats. Photo: Reuters There is little consensus around the idea of using primaries to determine opposition candidates for September. Some fear splitting votes will see the pro-democracy camp lose out on seats. Photo: Reuters
There is little consensus around the idea of using primaries to determine opposition candidates for September. Some fear splitting votes will see the pro-democracy camp lose out on seats. Photo: Reuters
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