Political pundits have suggested that, under the new security law, opposition hopefuls could more easily be denied a chance to run for office. Illustration: Brian Wang Political pundits have suggested that, under the new security law, opposition hopefuls could more easily be denied a chance to run for office. Illustration: Brian Wang
Political pundits have suggested that, under the new security law, opposition hopefuls could more easily be denied a chance to run for office. Illustration: Brian Wang

Hong Kong election: protesters and supporters move battleground to Legislative Council – but will they be blocked?

  • Political pundits have suggested that, under the new security law, opposition hopefuls could more easily be denied a chance to run for office
  • This is the second in a three-part series looking at the build-up to the coming Legislative Council elections

Topic |   Legislative Council elections 2020
Political pundits have suggested that, under the new security law, opposition hopefuls could more easily be denied a chance to run for office. Illustration: Brian Wang Political pundits have suggested that, under the new security law, opposition hopefuls could more easily be denied a chance to run for office. Illustration: Brian Wang
Political pundits have suggested that, under the new security law, opposition hopefuls could more easily be denied a chance to run for office. Illustration: Brian Wang
READ FULL ARTICLE