Opposition lawmakers pose for a group photo to mark the end of the Legislative Council term, holding out their hands to signal the ‘five demands, not one less’ rallying call of the protest movement. Photo: Dickson Lee Opposition lawmakers pose for a group photo to mark the end of the Legislative Council term, holding out their hands to signal the ‘five demands, not one less’ rallying call of the protest movement. Photo: Dickson Lee
Opposition lawmakers pose for a group photo to mark the end of the Legislative Council term, holding out their hands to signal the ‘five demands, not one less’ rallying call of the protest movement. Photo: Dickson Lee

Bickering, scuffling and deadlock: Hong Kong’s legislature brings stormy term to a close

  • Looking back over past four years, politicians on both sides of the aisle admit their relationship has sunk to unprecedented low
  • Pro-establishment veteran says improvements will only come when society changes, while top democrat argues conflict is resolved when dissenting voices are heard

Topic |   Legislative Council of Hong Kong
Opposition lawmakers pose for a group photo to mark the end of the Legislative Council term, holding out their hands to signal the ‘five demands, not one less’ rallying call of the protest movement. Photo: Dickson Lee Opposition lawmakers pose for a group photo to mark the end of the Legislative Council term, holding out their hands to signal the ‘five demands, not one less’ rallying call of the protest movement. Photo: Dickson Lee
Opposition lawmakers pose for a group photo to mark the end of the Legislative Council term, holding out their hands to signal the ‘five demands, not one less’ rallying call of the protest movement. Photo: Dickson Lee
READ FULL ARTICLE