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Pullout candidates come under fire

Opposition candidates were criticized for quitting campaigns just before polling day in the hope of passing votes to their allies.

Optimism as LegCo voting goes on

Hong Kong's leading lights are hopeful that voters will choose a responsible Legislative Council.

HK votes in Legislative Council election

Voting started in Hong Kong at 7:30 am on Sunday for the electorate to pick a new legislature.

Starry Lee pledges to stop filibusters

DAB chairwoman says said the party and pro-establishment camp will explore ways to revise LegCo rules of procedure.



No room for separatism in HK

Wang Shengwei writes that it is very important to stop the pernicious spread of independence discussions in society and suggests some sensible ways to do this.

Make sure we know what we are voting for

What the citizens would really like to see is a truly efficient LegCo that monitors and facilitates the administration of the government.

Elderly voters vital to HK’s future

Tony Kwok writes that older people, who are 40.8% of all electors, have an important role in the LegCo election due to their wise knowledge of the city’s past.

Judicial review by separatists doomed

Lawrence Ma cites relevant ordinances and legal precedents to show that it is well within the powers and duty of returning officers to scrutinize election candidates.



LegCo 2016 election explained

The 2016 Legislative Council election will be held Sept 4.

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