[<< wikinews] New faces emerge as veteran politicians step down in Hong Kong legislative election
Friday, September 9, 2016 

== Sister links ==
 Legislative Council of Hong Kong#Procedures for voting on bills and motions

== Sources ==
 "Election Result" — Registration and Electoral Office, September 6, 2016
 "Legco election winners: Geographical & District Council (Second)" — Hong Kong Economic Journal, September 5, 2016
 "Youthful activists emerge as new political force, Pan-dems suffer" — The Standard (Hong Kong), September 5, 2016
Elson Tong. "Final Hong Kong election results in – Opposition parties gain 3 more seats in legislature" — Hong Kong Free Press, September 5, 2016 "Two of three Labour incumbents set to lose" — RTHK, September 5, 2016
 "Yau Wai-ching knocks Wong Yuk-man out of Legco" — RTHK, September 5, 2016Stuart Lau, Shirley Zhao. "‘It’s a miracle’: ex-student leader Nathan Law celebrates new status as Hong Kong’s youngest ever lawmaker" — South China Morning Post, September 5, 2016
Tom Phillips, Eric Cheung. "Hong Kong elections: anti-Beijing activists gain foothold in power" — The Guardian, September 5, 2016 "Chu Hoi-dick notches record votes in NT West" — RTHK, September 5, 2016
 "Eddie Chu Hoi-dick, environmentalist and animal rights activist, is the surprise winner in Hong Kong’s election" — Quartz, September 5, 2016
Kelvin Chan (AP). "Hong Kong pro-democracy candidates retain veto in key vote" — The Charlotte Observer, September 5, 2016 "Time for a break: Legco radical Wong Yuk-man to focus on radio station after losing to localist" — South China Morning Post, September 5, 2016 "Discord ahead as Hong Kong Legislative Council splits set to widen" — South China Morning Post, September 6, 2016
 "范國威落敗 辭任新同盟領導" — Hong Kong Economic Times, September 5, 2016 (Traditional Chinese) "Pro-Beijing veteran loses seat in architectural FC" — RTHK, September 5, 2016
Tony Cheung, Jeffie Lam, Emily Tsang. "Hong Kong pan-democrats boost functional constituency tally, taking 11 including three from ‘super seats’" — South China Morning Post, September 5, 2016 "A record number of voters turned out for Hong Kong’s most important election since the Occupy protests" — Quartz, September 5, 2016
 "Legco polls see record 58% turnout" — Hong Kong Economic Journal, September 5, 2016
 "Sorry about the wait: Hong Kong official apologises for long queue at Taikoo polling station" — South China Morning Post, September 5, 2016