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as well as the disqualification of pro-democracy candidates

 
 
Reply Tue 11 Jun, 2019 09:21 pm
Does "as well as the disqualification of pro-democracy candidates" refer to "as well as (the issues regarding) the disqualification of pro-democracy candidates"?

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Lam pledged to "heal the social divide" and "unite our society to move forward" in her term of office, but was embattled with numerous of controversial issues regarding the trials and imprisonment of activists as well as the disqualification of pro-democracy candidates and a pro-independence party.[4][5] On the livelihood front, her government also received criticism for the handlings of raising the age threshold of the Comprehensive Social Security Assistance scheme and ill-fated cross-harbour tunnel toll plan, among others.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carrie_Lam
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