Hong Kong elections: only 3 Legislative Council candidates identify as ‘pro democracy’, demand universal suffrage in official poll statements

Only three of the 153 candidates running for Hong Kong’s Legislative Council refer to themselves as “pro-democracy” and are standing on election platforms calling for universal suffrage, a Post study has found.Other non-establishment hopefuls stated in their official profiles submitted to the electoral office that they wanted a reactivation of constitutional reform, people arrested in the 2019 protests to be reintegrated into society, or more political diversity in the legislature, among other…


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