Hong Kong elections: city leader Carrie Lam says low voter turnout ‘does not mean anything’, may indicate good governance

A low voter turnout widely expected at this month’s Legislative Council election will “not mean anything”, Hong Kong’s leader has said, arguing that it may instead indicate public satisfaction with good governance.Observers, pollsters and even the candidates themselves are anticipating low voter participation in the December 19 Legco election, which the mainstream opposition has boycotted following Beijing’s overhaul of the city’s political system to ensure only “patriots” wielded power.But in…

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