A Tale of Two Elections
Filipina domestic workers vote for candidates of their choice as Hong Kong looks on vainly
The past two Sundays have seen big queues at the Bayanihan Center on Hong Kong island as thousands of Philippine citizens have waited to cast their ballots in presidential and other elections. It is expected that by the time polling closes on May 9, about one-third of the 90,000 registered voters, mostly domestic workers, will have voted.
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