Pro-establishment heavyweights have conceded it is ‘inevitable’ some Hongkongers will be disappointed over the elections overhaul. Photo: Sam Tsang Pro-establishment heavyweights have conceded it is ‘inevitable’ some Hongkongers will be disappointed over the elections overhaul. Photo: Sam Tsang
Pro-establishment heavyweights have conceded it is ‘inevitable’ some Hongkongers will be disappointed over the elections overhaul. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong’s pro-establishment heavyweights push elections overhaul on eve of endorsement, call it key to rebuilding Beijing’s trust

  • ‘Atmosphere will be more conducive for political reform discussions’ once government confident ‘loopholes’ closed, Executive Councillor Ronny Tong says
  • Standing Committee delegate Tam Yiu-chung says Occupy Central began process of damaging trust, but majority of residents now ready for change

Topic |   Two Sessions 2021 (Lianghui)
Pro-establishment heavyweights have conceded it is ‘inevitable’ some Hongkongers will be disappointed over the elections overhaul. Photo: Sam Tsang Pro-establishment heavyweights have conceded it is ‘inevitable’ some Hongkongers will be disappointed over the elections overhaul. Photo: Sam Tsang
Pro-establishment heavyweights have conceded it is ‘inevitable’ some Hongkongers will be disappointed over the elections overhaul. Photo: Sam Tsang
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