Carrie Lam on Tuesday said it was unlikely a last-minute surge in registrations for voting at border checkpoints such as Heung Yuen Wai (pictured) was in the offing. Photo: May Tse
Carrie Lam on Tuesday said it was unlikely a last-minute surge in registrations for voting at border checkpoints such as Heung Yuen Wai (pictured) was in the offing. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong elections: votes cast at border will not hit ‘anywhere near 100,000’, Carrie Lam concedes, as just over 18,000 in mainland China have registered for Legco poll

  • Registration for voting at Heung Yuen Wai, Lo Wu and Lok Ma Chau Spur Line border-control points closes on Wednesday at 6pm
  • Civil servants working at polling stations, meanwhile, will be allowed to go home to cast their own ballots during off-peak hours and given access to priority queues

Topic |   Hong Kong Legislative Council election 2021
Carrie Lam on Tuesday said it was unlikely a last-minute surge in registrations for voting at border checkpoints such as Heung Yuen Wai (pictured) was in the offing. Photo: May Tse
Carrie Lam on Tuesday said it was unlikely a last-minute surge in registrations for voting at border checkpoints such as Heung Yuen Wai (pictured) was in the offing. Photo: May Tse
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