The pro-establishment camp is one vote short of a two-thirds majority in Legco. Photo: Edmond So The pro-establishment camp is one vote short of a two-thirds majority in Legco. Photo: Edmond So
The pro-establishment camp is one vote short of a two-thirds majority in Legco. Photo: Edmond So

Explainer |
What might lie ahead for Hong Kong if Beijing moves to disqualify four opposition lawmakers over filibustering

  • Country’s top legislative body is set to clarify the requirement for legislators to uphold Basic Law and pledge allegiance to the city, sources say
  • But city’s opposition lawmakers have raised the stakes, threatening to resign all at once if anyone among them is unseated

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
The pro-establishment camp is one vote short of a two-thirds majority in Legco. Photo: Edmond So The pro-establishment camp is one vote short of a two-thirds majority in Legco. Photo: Edmond So
The pro-establishment camp is one vote short of a two-thirds majority in Legco. Photo: Edmond So
READ FULL ARTICLE