Hong Kong opposition lawmakers resort to filibustering on first day of Legco’s extended term

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Hong Kong’s opposition lawmakers on Wednesday employed filibustering tactics to drag out proceedings during the first meeting of the Legislative Council’s extended term.A total of 10 quorum calls were made throughout the day as pan-democratic legislators used their speaking slots to air their grievances about Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor’s sudden postponement of the policy address, which was originally meant to be held on Wednesday.Lam on Monday announced the postponement of her…



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