Seats on the pan-democratic side of the Legco chamber sit empty on Thursday after the body’s opposition bloc resigned en masse. Photo: Dickson Lee Seats on the pan-democratic side of the Legco chamber sit empty on Thursday after the body’s opposition bloc resigned en masse. Photo: Dickson Lee
Seats on the pan-democratic side of the Legco chamber sit empty on Thursday after the body’s opposition bloc resigned en masse. Photo: Dickson Lee

In wake of Legco disqualifications, Hong Kong’s opposition mulls an uncertain future

  • Some analysts suggest that a Beijing resolution making it much easier to oust lawmakers has effectively rendered opposition participation in Legco meaningless
  • Opposition members themselves are wondering how to push their agenda now that the ‘legislative front has collapsed’

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Seats on the pan-democratic side of the Legco chamber sit empty on Thursday after the body’s opposition bloc resigned en masse. Photo: Dickson Lee Seats on the pan-democratic side of the Legco chamber sit empty on Thursday after the body’s opposition bloc resigned en masse. Photo: Dickson Lee
Seats on the pan-democratic side of the Legco chamber sit empty on Thursday after the body’s opposition bloc resigned en masse. Photo: Dickson Lee
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