Chinese parliament approves Hong Kong electoral reform plan: SCMP by Reuters

© Reuters. Staff raise Chinese and Hong Kong flags at Hong Kong Legislative Council


(Reuters) – The main decision-making body of the Chinese parliament on Tuesday unanimously approved a plan to reform Hong Kong’s electoral system, the South China Morning Post reported, citing the city’s sole representative on the proceedings.

The National People’s Congress Standing Committee approved the plan by a 167-0 vote, the newspaper said, citing comments from Tam Yiu-chung, who represents Hong Kong on the committee.

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