Wilson Leung

Wilson Leung

Wilson Leung is a practising barrister in Hong Kong. He holds degrees in philosophy and political science from the London School of Economics and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and is a founding member of the Progressive Lawyers Group.

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Opinion | Carrie Lam has lit Hong Kong ablaze. A failure to hold district council elections would be the final betrayal

Carrie Lam, and the pro-Beijing politicians who enabled her, should not forget their responsibility for the protest chaos. If elections do not happen as scheduled, the increased violence will take a toll that the city will not recover from.

15 Nov 2019 - 10:13AM

Carrie Lam, and the pro-Beijing politicians who enabled her, should not forget their responsibility for the protest chaos. If elections do not happen as scheduled, the increased violence will take a toll that the city will not recover from.

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