With a tentative date of September 6 in place for the upcoming Legislative Council election, the government is moving ahead with recruiting civil servants to work at polling stations. Photo: Edmond So With a tentative date of September 6 in place for the upcoming Legislative Council election, the government is moving ahead with recruiting civil servants to work at polling stations. Photo: Edmond So
With a tentative date of September 6 in place for the upcoming Legislative Council election, the government is moving ahead with recruiting civil servants to work at polling stations. Photo: Edmond So

September 6 tentative date for Legislative Council election, but Hong Kong’s battle with Covid-19 lends uncertainty

  • Following on the heels of their landslide in November district council polls, the city’s pan-democrats are keen to see election take place as scheduled
  • Some 31,000 civil servants are being recruited for polling station work, while honorarium for ‘presiding officers’ is more than doubling from 2016

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With a tentative date of September 6 in place for the upcoming Legislative Council election, the government is moving ahead with recruiting civil servants to work at polling stations. Photo: Edmond So With a tentative date of September 6 in place for the upcoming Legislative Council election, the government is moving ahead with recruiting civil servants to work at polling stations. Photo: Edmond So
With a tentative date of September 6 in place for the upcoming Legislative Council election, the government is moving ahead with recruiting civil servants to work at polling stations. Photo: Edmond So
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