Allow councillors to hire "brothers" as councillors' assistants, and can also be used for publicity. Although the money essentially comes from the tax money of Hong Kong people, in real politics, for the opposition, it is equivalent to using government resources to oppose the government. Why not do it? If the opposition does not need it, it will all be allocated to the establishment. Secondly, as a member of parliament, you have many statutory rights, such as access to government materials.
The right to request information from the telemarketing list government, and the right to request government officials to attend hearings, etc. Although the opposition is currently under-represented in parliament to use the veto power (except for major issues) and cannot really supervise the government, it can still obtain information through the membership of parliament and rely on public opinion to cause trouble for the government.
Further, the speeches of members in parliament are not subject to legal prosecution, and at least they can provide a place to speak freely. Thirdly, under the National Security Law, those who attack the parliamentary rostrum and use procedures to delay motions (such as "Rabu" and delaying the election of the chairman, etc.) may be charged with Article 22, paragraph 3, "serious interference, obstruction, The serious crime of undermining the functions of the central authority of the People's Republic of China or the authority of the.