Legco security guards hold back opposition lawmaker Wu Chi-wai as he protests during the chief executive’s question-and-answer session after the 2019 policy address. Photo: Dickson Lee Legco security guards hold back opposition lawmaker Wu Chi-wai as he protests during the chief executive’s question-and-answer session after the 2019 policy address. Photo: Dickson Lee
Legco security guards hold back opposition lawmaker Wu Chi-wai as he protests during the chief executive’s question-and-answer session after the 2019 policy address. Photo: Dickson Lee

National security law: when disruption equals ‘subversion’, what’s left for Hong Kong’s opposition legislators?

  • With Legco set to resume on Wednesday, pan-democrats are wondering whether protest tactics of the past could run afoul of the new law
  • While the camp’s convenor strikes a defiant tone, one lawmaker acknowledges the new term won’t be ‘business as usual’

Topic |   Legislative Council of Hong Kong
Legco security guards hold back opposition lawmaker Wu Chi-wai as he protests during the chief executive’s question-and-answer session after the 2019 policy address. Photo: Dickson Lee Legco security guards hold back opposition lawmaker Wu Chi-wai as he protests during the chief executive’s question-and-answer session after the 2019 policy address. Photo: Dickson Lee
Legco security guards hold back opposition lawmaker Wu Chi-wai as he protests during the chief executive’s question-and-answer session after the 2019 policy address. Photo: Dickson Lee
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