Hong Kong’s oldest anti-establishment party has decided to let city residents decide if its lawmakers should sit for a Legislative Council term extended by Beijing. Photo: May TseHong Kong’s oldest anti-establishment party has decided to let city residents decide if its lawmakers should sit for a Legislative Council term extended by Beijing. Photo: May Tse
Hong Kong’s oldest anti-establishment party has decided to let city residents decide if its lawmakers should sit for a Legislative Council term extended by Beijing. Photo: May Tse

To serve or not to serve? Hong Kong’s Democratic Party to poll city residents on whether to stay for extended Legislative Council term

  • Beijing’s decision to extend Legco has created a rift between pan-democrats who wish to continue serving and localists arguing for a collective boycott
  • The citywide survey will be conducted by an independent pollster, though when it will take place has yet to be decided

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Hong Kong’s oldest anti-establishment party has decided to let city residents decide if its lawmakers should sit for a Legislative Council term extended by Beijing. Photo: May TseHong Kong’s oldest anti-establishment party has decided to let city residents decide if its lawmakers should sit for a Legislative Council term extended by Beijing. Photo: May Tse
Hong Kong’s oldest anti-establishment party has decided to let city residents decide if its lawmakers should sit for a Legislative Council term extended by Beijing. Photo: May Tse
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