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(From South China Morning Post)
Byline: Ambrose Leung and Klaudia Lee
The future of the Hong Kong Progressive Alliance as a conservative force in the legislature appears uncertain, with the leadership yet to agree on a campaign strategy for the Legislative Council elections in September.
Observers believe if the party, which has seen a drop in its popularity following the protest march on July 1, cannot defend its four seats in the legislature it will become marginalised and might be absorbed by other groups.
Li Pang-kwong, a political scientist at Lingnan University, said the party had reached a crisis.
"The Progressive Alliance …