Hong Kong’s first Legislative Council poll after an electoral overhaul ordered by Beijing closed on Sunday with an expected record low turnout even as crowds thronged the city to take full advantage of free train and bus rides meant to get out the vote.Counting of ballots began at 11pm at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre and was expected to last well into early Monday morning.For 14 hours beginning at 8.30am, voting proceeded without any major incident amid a heavy police presence…

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