Wins for pro-democracy camp in district elections signals public support for ongoing protest movement.
by Eva Fu
Hong Kong’s pro-democracy camp has coasted to a landslide majority in the city’s district elections on Nov. 24, indicating a groundswell of support for the ongoing protest movement against the Chinese regime’s encroachment.
Democratic candidates secured more than half of the 452 district council seats for the first time as residents turned out in record numbers on Nov. 24 to cast votes.
The election has widely been seen as a referendum on the pro-democracy protests that have rocked the city for almost six months.
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