Some in Hong Kong’s pro-establishment camp believe the new Bauhinia Party is designed to replace them. Photo: Nora Tam Some in Hong Kong’s pro-establishment camp believe the new Bauhinia Party is designed to replace them. Photo: Nora Tam
Some in Hong Kong’s pro-establishment camp believe the new Bauhinia Party is designed to replace them. Photo: Nora Tam

Amid fears Beijing plans to replace them, some pro-establishment lawmakers sceptical of Bauhinia Party’s impact

  • Liberal Party leader Felix Chung says he believes Beijing will use the party to inject new blood into the camp and root out underperformers
  • But Exco member Regina Ip says she doubts the new group will have an impact, and wonders how much backing from Beijing it actually has

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Some in Hong Kong’s pro-establishment camp believe the new Bauhinia Party is designed to replace them. Photo: Nora Tam Some in Hong Kong’s pro-establishment camp believe the new Bauhinia Party is designed to replace them. Photo: Nora Tam
Some in Hong Kong’s pro-establishment camp believe the new Bauhinia Party is designed to replace them. Photo: Nora Tam
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