Flanked by politically allies, then-Legco candidate and now-ousted lawmaker Chan Hoi-yan (centre) canvasses in Mei Foo in 2018. Photo: Edward Wong Flanked by politically allies, then-Legco candidate and now-ousted lawmaker Chan Hoi-yan (centre) canvasses in Mei Foo in 2018. Photo: Edward Wong
Flanked by politically allies, then-Legco candidate and now-ousted lawmaker Chan Hoi-yan (centre) canvasses in Mei Foo in 2018. Photo: Edward Wong

Are Hong Kong voters paying for electoral officials’ mistakes? Three court rulings have yet to settle key issues, experts say

  • Legco oustings have once again raised questions about the broad powers wielded by the electoral officials who vet candidates
  • But even three judicial rulings on recent cases have not resolved central issues, according to observers

Topic |   Legislative Council elections 2020
Flanked by politically allies, then-Legco candidate and now-ousted lawmaker Chan Hoi-yan (centre) canvasses in Mei Foo in 2018. Photo: Edward Wong Flanked by politically allies, then-Legco candidate and now-ousted lawmaker Chan Hoi-yan (centre) canvasses in Mei Foo in 2018. Photo: Edward Wong
Flanked by politically allies, then-Legco candidate and now-ousted lawmaker Chan Hoi-yan (centre) canvasses in Mei Foo in 2018. Photo: Edward Wong
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