‘Just window dressing’ – poll finds most young people in Hong Kong would shun seat on official advisory committees

Most Hong Kong young people view their peers sitting on government advisory committees as mere political window dressing, according to a survey released on Sunday.The poll also found almost three-quarters of respondents would shun the government scheme that allows young people to nominate themselves as members for certain committees. Most expressed concern over whether they were capable of playing a meaningful role, while others said they had no interest or did not believe the groups were…

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