Sept. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Hong Kong Democratic Party Chairman Albert Ho will resign as leader after his party lost seats in the legislative elections.
Ho “accepts responsibility” for the election result and said the party lost out to more aggressive groups.
The party won 4 out of 35 seats that are elected by geographical constituencies.
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