The Legislative Council’s first meeting since its summer recess descended into chaos on Friday, as opposition pan-democrats filibustered to vent anger over the police’s handling of the long-running protest crisis.The 9am meeting of the Finance Committee was the first time Hong Kong legislators had gathered for official business since the Legco complex was vandalised by protesters on July 1, forcing lawmakers to start their summer break two weeks earlier than planned.The re-election bid of pro…