On Friday's Backchat, blank vote problems - and no HK visitors for Macau.
The government is formally proposing to make it a crime for people to publicly urge others to cast blank or spoiled ballots, or not vote at all, as it unveiled a host of bills to amend local laws in line with the sweeping electoral reforms initiated by Beijing last month.
It would also be a crime to obstruct or prevent people from casting a ballot. Both offences would be punishable by up to three years in prison.
But can you outlaw inciting people to do something legal? Or is it like sex work in Hong Kong - where pimping is illegal, but prostitution isn't?
And what is public? Facebook? Instagram? Signal? Talking to friends? Ronny Tong says we should stop looking for loopholes? Do you agree?
From 9:15am-9:30am, we will be discussing the continuing ban for HK visitors to enter Macau without going through quarantine.
8:30-9:15am Blank vote problems
8:30am-9am phone Surya Deva, Associate professor, City University of Hong Kong’s School of Law
8:30am-9am phone Michael Chugani, Veteran journalist and TV Host
9am-9:15am phone Lo Kin-hei, Chairman of Democratic Party
9:15-9:30am no HK visitors for Macau
Phone: John Ap, Visiting professor and Director of Global Centre for Tourism,Education and Training, Macau Institute for Tourism Studies