Closed Hong Kong border checkpoints will double as polling stations for Legislative Council voters in mainland China

A plan to let mainland China-based Hongkongers vote at border polling stations in December’s Legislative Council elections has been finalised, the city’s leader has revealed, though it will be done exclusively at checkpoints not currently in use.Voters would also need to specify beforehand which border checkpoint they planned to visit to cast their ballots, Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor told reporters on Tuesday.But she dismissed suggestions the arrangement was aimed at boosting…

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