Hong Kong’s powerful new Election Committee was established on Monday morning after a delayed vote count that took nearly 14 hours, in the first polls since Beijing’s drastic overhaul of the city’s political system to ensure only those deemed “patriots” would hold public office.
Only high-profile names from the pro-establishment camp or those who pooled their candidacies together in “coordinated lists” won seats in the 1,500-strong Election Committee, while outliers who ran independently – despite being part of the Beijing-friendly bloc – were unsuccessful.
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