Ballot boxes could be set up in mainland China to allow Hong Kong residents to vote in time for September’s Legco elections. Photo: May Tse Ballot boxes could be set up in mainland China to allow Hong Kong residents to vote in time for September’s Legco elections. Photo: May Tse
Ballot boxes could be set up in mainland China to allow Hong Kong residents to vote in time for September’s Legco elections. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong graft-buster says it has no power to tackle election fraud in mainland China after minister declares the opposite

  • ICAC issues clarification over its territorial reach after constitutional affairs minister Erick Tsang says city holds powers to probe electoral fraud on mainland
  • Sources say government is drawing up plans to allow Hongkongers based across boarder to vote in local elections without returning to city

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Ballot boxes could be set up in mainland China to allow Hong Kong residents to vote in time for September’s Legco elections. Photo: May Tse Ballot boxes could be set up in mainland China to allow Hong Kong residents to vote in time for September’s Legco elections. Photo: May Tse
Ballot boxes could be set up in mainland China to allow Hong Kong residents to vote in time for September’s Legco elections. Photo: May Tse
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