Headline Buster: Pandemic or politics in Hong Kong?

In this week’s #HeadlineBuster, pandemic or politics? As Hong Kong battles its “third wave” of COVID-19 infections, with new cases reaching the highest levels since the beginning of the outbreak, HKSAR Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced the region’s elections would be postponed by a year. But critics say the move marks an attempt to prevent certain candidates from being elected in the wake of criticism surrounding the new national security law for the city. How is the media covering the story? Is equal weight given to both sides of the issue or is there an implication the delay is part of a political plot rather than an effort to save lives?

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