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Functional Constituencies – the protagonists and the antagonists (04 Mar 2010)

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In 1985, functional constituencies came into being in Hong Kong as an effort by the then British authorities to further representative government. Twenty-five years on, they have become a bone of contention. Should they be kept? Or should they be abolished? Join us this week to meet some of the protagonists and antagonists on Hong Kong Connection.

Program: 
Hong Kong Connection
Publish Date: 
Thursday, March 4, 2010
Station: 
RTHK
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