With the Legislative Council elections 2020 pushed back a year, there is uncertainty over how the legislature will function over the intervening year. Photo: Nora Tam With the Legislative Council elections 2020 pushed back a year, there is uncertainty over how the legislature will function over the intervening year. Photo: Nora Tam
With the Legislative Council elections 2020 pushed back a year, there is uncertainty over how the legislature will function over the intervening year. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong elections: Article 23, barred lawmakers and voting rights – some of the thorny issues awaiting the next Legislative Council

  • Lawmakers agree they want a fully functioning legislature for 2020-21, paving way for showdowns on election laws, house rules, national security legislation
  • Carrie Lam last week invoked emergency powers to postpone next month's polls by a year, citing health risks of voting during Covid-19 epidemic

Topic |   Legislative Council elections 2020
With the Legislative Council elections 2020 pushed back a year, there is uncertainty over how the legislature will function over the intervening year. Photo: Nora Tam With the Legislative Council elections 2020 pushed back a year, there is uncertainty over how the legislature will function over the intervening year. Photo: Nora Tam
With the Legislative Council elections 2020 pushed back a year, there is uncertainty over how the legislature will function over the intervening year. Photo: Nora Tam
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