The term of the Legislative Council was extended by a year after elections were delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Nora Tam The term of the Legislative Council was extended by a year after elections were delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Nora Tam
The term of the Legislative Council was extended by a year after elections were delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Nora Tam

Most of Hong Kong’s opposition lawmakers to serve out extended term in Legislative Council, after supporters narrowly back move in poll

  • Citywide survey conducted by Hong Kong Public Opinion Institute shows 47.1 per cent voted stay, 45.8 per cent to leave
  • But Civic Party vice-chairwoman Tanya Chan announces decision to step away from politics for health and family reasons

Topic |   Legislative Council of Hong Kong
The term of the Legislative Council was extended by a year after elections were delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Nora Tam The term of the Legislative Council was extended by a year after elections were delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Nora Tam
The term of the Legislative Council was extended by a year after elections were delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Nora Tam
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