Voting is under way in Hong Kong in elections for the territory’， the panel that chooses the next leader.英文短文
Only 6% of Hong Kong’s voters can take part and those who are allowed to cast ballots are seen as mostly pro-China.
The vote is widely criticised as undemocratic but pro-democracy groups are putting forward more candidates than ever before.
They say they disagree with the system but hope to fight it from the inside.
Results are expected on Monday morning.
The BBC’ at a tense time for the former British colony.
Hong Kong was handed back to China in 1997 under an agreement that it would enjoy special rights and freedoms.