People queue up in Hong Kong’s Tai Po area on Sunday to vote in an opposition camp primary, as similar scenes unfolded across the city. Photo: Felix WongPeople queue up in Hong Kong’s Tai Po area on Sunday to vote in an opposition camp primary, as similar scenes unfolded across the city. Photo: Felix Wong
People queue up in Hong Kong’s Tai Po area on Sunday to vote in an opposition camp primary, as similar scenes unfolded across the city. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong elections: traditional opposition parties, localists face off as more than 610,000 residents cast primary ballots

  • Primary a ‘battle of different approaches,’ one candidate says, as some voters seek more confrontational approach, while others see room to negotiate
  • Turnout concerns prove unwarranted as queues of hundreds form at polling stations in some city neighbourhoods

Topic |   Legislative Council elections 2020
People queue up in Hong Kong’s Tai Po area on Sunday to vote in an opposition camp primary, as similar scenes unfolded across the city. Photo: Felix WongPeople queue up in Hong Kong’s Tai Po area on Sunday to vote in an opposition camp primary, as similar scenes unfolded across the city. Photo: Felix Wong
People queue up in Hong Kong’s Tai Po area on Sunday to vote in an opposition camp primary, as similar scenes unfolded across the city. Photo: Felix Wong
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