Lawmakers have called for tougher penalties against Hong Kong schools and NGOs drawing on public funds which refuse to make their premises available for election authorities to use as polling stations.A bill enabling Beijing’s overhaul of local elections would impose fines of up to HK$10,000 (US$1,300) on those organisations receiving government cash but failing to comply with orders to open up their facilities for voting and counting in city elections.New Hong Kong elections rule allows…


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