An anti-government demonstration at Prince Edward railway station on February 29. Photo DPA An anti-government demonstration at Prince Edward railway station on February 29. Photo DPA
An anti-government demonstration at Prince Edward railway station on February 29. Photo DPA

Beijing’s attack on Hong Kong opposition viewed as ‘taste of what’s to come’ as attention pivots from coronavirus to city’s legislative elections

  • Beijing’s top representatives have accused the opposition of paralysing the city’s governance with filibustering tactics in the legislature
  • Pan-democrats say the criticism oversteps the central government’s authority and comes just months before residents head to the polls

Topic |   Legislative Council elections 2020
An anti-government demonstration at Prince Edward railway station on February 29. Photo DPA An anti-government demonstration at Prince Edward railway station on February 29. Photo DPA
An anti-government demonstration at Prince Edward railway station on February 29. Photo DPA
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