Hong Kong Legislative Council election: jackets to be given as cover for ‘sensitive’ slogans worn by voters, police to step in if requests to leave ignored

Voters in Hong Kong with attire sporting slogans deemed sensitive by polling station authorities on Sunday will be given jackets to cover up the designs, with police intervening if people refuse requests to leave, the Post has learned.The measure was revealed last month by Justice Barnabas Fung Wah, chairman of the Electoral Affairs Commission, the city’s election watchdog, according to sources present at a training session for polling station officers.Fung had reportedly said the jackets were…


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