Opposition parties intend to hold a primary this weekend to narrow down their field of candidates ahead of September’s Legislative Council elections. Photo: ReutersOpposition parties intend to hold a primary this weekend to narrow down their field of candidates ahead of September’s Legislative Council elections. Photo: Reuters
Opposition parties intend to hold a primary this weekend to narrow down their field of candidates ahead of September’s Legislative Council elections. Photo: Reuters

Hong Kong opposition parties warned weekend primary could break national security and election laws

  • Constitutional affairs minister Erick Tsang says some residents raised concerns ahead of Legislative Council elections in September
  • But organiser Benny Tai rejects suggestion and says there will be no talk of secession by candidates

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Opposition parties intend to hold a primary this weekend to narrow down their field of candidates ahead of September’s Legislative Council elections. Photo: ReutersOpposition parties intend to hold a primary this weekend to narrow down their field of candidates ahead of September’s Legislative Council elections. Photo: Reuters
Opposition parties intend to hold a primary this weekend to narrow down their field of candidates ahead of September’s Legislative Council elections. Photo: Reuters
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