A year after their sweeping victory at the district council elections, opposition members hold a press briefing. Photo: Dickson Lee A year after their sweeping victory at the district council elections, opposition members hold a press briefing. Photo: Dickson Lee
A year after their sweeping victory at the district council elections, opposition members hold a press briefing. Photo: Dickson Lee

They swept last year’s district council polls. That victory glow has since faded – Hong Kong’s opposition and its municipal-level struggles

  • Discord between district councillors and officials symbolic of city’s wider political strife, with meetings ending in walkouts or gridlock
  • Opposition accuses government of stonewalling efforts, while rivals say the camp only has itself to blame for its confrontational stance

Topic |   Legislative Council of Hong Kong
A year after their sweeping victory at the district council elections, opposition members hold a press briefing. Photo: Dickson Lee A year after their sweeping victory at the district council elections, opposition members hold a press briefing. Photo: Dickson Lee
A year after their sweeping victory at the district council elections, opposition members hold a press briefing. Photo: Dickson Lee
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