The city legislature’s sixth term will be extended by at least a year, but it remains unclear how many of the opposition will take their seats. Photo: Nora Tam The city legislature’s sixth term will be extended by at least a year, but it remains unclear how many of the opposition will take their seats. Photo: Nora Tam
The city legislature’s sixth term will be extended by at least a year, but it remains unclear how many of the opposition will take their seats. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong elections: Cheng Chung-tai becomes first opposition lawmaker to reveal he will serve out Legislative Council’s extended term

  • Cheng challenges others in opposition to boycott Hong Kong’s entire electoral system if they refuse to join him in the legislature
  • Beijing this week lengthened Legco’s sitting by at least a year after Hong Kong’s leader delayed next month’s elections over Covid-19 risks

Topic |   Legislative Council of Hong Kong
The city legislature’s sixth term will be extended by at least a year, but it remains unclear how many of the opposition will take their seats. Photo: Nora Tam The city legislature’s sixth term will be extended by at least a year, but it remains unclear how many of the opposition will take their seats. Photo: Nora Tam
The city legislature’s sixth term will be extended by at least a year, but it remains unclear how many of the opposition will take their seats. Photo: Nora Tam
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