The official results of the Election Committee race were finally released at 7.35am on Monday morning. Photo: Sam Tsang The official results of the Election Committee race were finally released at 7.35am on Monday morning. Photo: Sam Tsang
The official results of the Election Committee race were finally released at 7.35am on Monday morning. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong’s Election Committee finalised after marathon vote-counting process, with outlier candidates left in the cold

  • Analysis indicates only those who ran together on so-called coordinated lists achieved success, with those running alone often losing by wide margins
  • Officials, meanwhile, apologise for ‘unreasonable’ time spent tallying 4,380 ballots, which left candidates asking why they had to wait overnight for results

Topic |   Hong Kong elections
The official results of the Election Committee race were finally released at 7.35am on Monday morning. Photo: Sam Tsang The official results of the Election Committee race were finally released at 7.35am on Monday morning. Photo: Sam Tsang
The official results of the Election Committee race were finally released at 7.35am on Monday morning. Photo: Sam Tsang
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