Democratic Party leader Wu Chi-wai (centre), with James To (left) and Andrew Wan (right), speak to the media on Sunday. Photo: Winson Wong Democratic Party leader Wu Chi-wai (centre), with James To (left) and Andrew Wan (right), speak to the media on Sunday. Photo: Winson Wong
Democratic Party leader Wu Chi-wai (centre), with James To (left) and Andrew Wan (right), speak to the media on Sunday. Photo: Winson Wong

Democratic Party backs Hong Kong primary to find strongest opposition candidates for Legislative Council race

  • The preliminary contest, slated for July, is an attempt to assemble a field with the best chance of taking control of the chamber in September’s election
  • An online petition has been signed by more than 45,000 people who pledge to only support those who follow the results of the primary

Topic |   Legislative Council elections 2020
Democratic Party leader Wu Chi-wai (centre), with James To (left) and Andrew Wan (right), speak to the media on Sunday. Photo: Winson Wong Democratic Party leader Wu Chi-wai (centre), with James To (left) and Andrew Wan (right), speak to the media on Sunday. Photo: Winson Wong
Democratic Party leader Wu Chi-wai (centre), with James To (left) and Andrew Wan (right), speak to the media on Sunday. Photo: Winson Wong
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