A new party has been launched with an eye towards running for seats in Hong Kong’s Legislative Council, a body it says is in need of reform. Photo: Nora Tam A new party has been launched with an eye towards running for seats in Hong Kong’s Legislative Council, a body it says is in need of reform. Photo: Nora Tam
A new party has been launched with an eye towards running for seats in Hong Kong’s Legislative Council, a body it says is in need of reform. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong politics

exclusive | Pro-mainland Chinese financiers based in Hong Kong launch new Bauhinia Party aimed at reforming Legco, restraining ‘extremist forces’

  • The pro-establishment party, which plans to register 250,000 members, hopes to support campaigns in ‘elections at all levels’
  • One of three men listed as a founder in Companies Registry filings suggested turning Legco into a bicameral legislature in a recent speech

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
A new party has been launched with an eye towards running for seats in Hong Kong’s Legislative Council, a body it says is in need of reform. Photo: Nora Tam A new party has been launched with an eye towards running for seats in Hong Kong’s Legislative Council, a body it says is in need of reform. Photo: Nora Tam
A new party has been launched with an eye towards running for seats in Hong Kong’s Legislative Council, a body it says is in need of reform. Photo: Nora Tam
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