Hong Kong Legislative Assembly election announced one-year postponement July 31 at 7:34 p.m. on grounds for spread of Corona Virus infection
The Hong Kong government has announced that it will postpone the legislative assembly election scheduled for September, citing the spread of the new coronavirus infection. It has been made clear that the postponement period will be one year.
In Hong Kong, the Hong Kong National Security Maintenance Act came into force at the end of last month, and political activities are tightening. Since the Democratic Party was aiming to win a majority of seats in this election, it is expected that the procrastination would intensify if it put off anti-infection measures.