“We wanted the Legislative Council to be more harmonious as there is only around a year left for this term. But there is a new development and we have to discuss it.”"Harmonious", in this sense, is pure mainland-speak, meaning purged of opposition voices. In standard English, the correct word for this is "unrepresentative" or "undemocratic". George Orwell, thou shouldst be living at this hour!
And a postscript: after writing this post, I came across another example of how "harmony" apparently has a different meaning in the mainland - in this case the toleration of threats and violence: