A new report from Hong Kong’s election watchdog could pave the way for voting in Hong Kong elections from outside the city. Photo: Reuters A new report from Hong Kong’s election watchdog could pave the way for voting in Hong Kong elections from outside the city. Photo: Reuters
A new report from Hong Kong’s election watchdog could pave the way for voting in Hong Kong elections from outside the city. Photo: Reuters

Hong Kong election watchdog urges government to look into restricting primaries, setting up monitoring for mainland voting

  • Commission’s Monday report warns that primaries run risk of ‘causing confusion’ among voters, says public ‘very concerned’ about issue
  • The body also recommends government study legal and practical ramifications of allowing voting outside city as suggested by Carrie Lam in August

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
A new report from Hong Kong’s election watchdog could pave the way for voting in Hong Kong elections from outside the city. Photo: Reuters A new report from Hong Kong’s election watchdog could pave the way for voting in Hong Kong elections from outside the city. Photo: Reuters
A new report from Hong Kong’s election watchdog could pave the way for voting in Hong Kong elections from outside the city. Photo: Reuters
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