What Hong Kong’s local elections mean for the protests
After the people of Hong Kong headed to the polls in 2019, the FT takes us through its significance. In November 2019, the people of Hong Kong, for the first time since unrest emerged, will be taking to the polls. Writing in the Financial Times, Joe Leahy and Nicolle Liu, comment on how the election is being seen as a referendum on the pro-democracy movement.
From Financial Times