The Chinese flag and the Hong Kong flag fly outside  City Hall in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Sun Yeung The Chinese flag and the Hong Kong flag fly outside  City Hall in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Sun Yeung
The Chinese flag and the Hong Kong flag fly outside City Hall in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Sun Yeung

Hong Kong’s new Election Committee gets packed with even more Beijing allies, removing risks of uncertain outcome in chief executive race

  • Look at new rules reveals more than two-thirds of representatives either appointed by authorities or pro-establishment bodies
  • Changes leave around 500 seats to be chosen through election, with corporations not individuals voting

Topic |   Hong Kong electoral changes
The Chinese flag and the Hong Kong flag fly outside  City Hall in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Sun Yeung The Chinese flag and the Hong Kong flag fly outside  City Hall in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Sun Yeung
The Chinese flag and the Hong Kong flag fly outside City Hall in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Sun Yeung
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