Tsinghua University law professor Wang Zhenmin with a copy of the white paper at the briefing on Beijing’s recent white paper on Hong Kong’s democratic development. Photo: Simon Song
Tsinghua University law professor Wang Zhenmin with a copy of the white paper at the briefing on Beijing’s recent white paper on Hong Kong’s democratic development. Photo: Simon Song

Maintaining stability, improving livelihoods should take precedence over democratic development in Hong Kong, think tank leader says

  • Tsinghua University law professor Wang Zhenmin says city has returned from chaos to stability after first Legislative Council poll under Beijing-imposed electoral overhaul
  • Resources should be used to develop economy, improve people’s livelihoods as ‘strong economic and societal basis’ needed for city’s democratic development, Wang adds

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Tsinghua University law professor Wang Zhenmin with a copy of the white paper at the briefing on Beijing’s recent white paper on Hong Kong’s democratic development. Photo: Simon Song
Tsinghua University law professor Wang Zhenmin with a copy of the white paper at the briefing on Beijing’s recent white paper on Hong Kong’s democratic development. Photo: Simon Song
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