James To, first elected to Hong Kong legislature in 1991, will continue his public service at the district council level. Photo: Dickson Lee James To, first elected to Hong Kong legislature in 1991, will continue his public service at the district council level. Photo: Dickson Lee
James To, first elected to Hong Kong legislature in 1991, will continue his public service at the district council level. Photo: Dickson Lee

Legislative Council of Hong Kong

Three Hong Kong opposition politicians explain why they turned their backs on Legislative Council – and where they go from here

  • Removal of four opposition lawmakers this month following a resolution by Beijing prompted all 15 of their colleagues to resign
  • James To, Fernando Cheung and Ip Kin-yuen speak about their decision to quit, the state of politics in Hong Kong and what lies ahead for them

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James To, first elected to Hong Kong legislature in 1991, will continue his public service at the district council level. Photo: Dickson Lee James To, first elected to Hong Kong legislature in 1991, will continue his public service at the district council level. Photo: Dickson Lee
James To, first elected to Hong Kong legislature in 1991, will continue his public service at the district council level. Photo: Dickson Lee
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