Chief Executive Carrie Lam (circled), then a university student, marches with fellow protesters to Government House in May 1978. Photo: SCMPChief Executive Carrie Lam (circled), then a university student, marches with fellow protesters to Government House in May 1978. Photo: SCMP
Chief Executive Carrie Lam (circled), then a university student, marches with fellow protesters to Government House in May 1978. Photo: SCMP

Letters | Don’t close all the exit routes on Hong Kong fugitive transfers law

  • Carrie Lam could choose a more transformational leadership on the issue, leaving doors open as much for opponents to appeal, as for herself to renegotiate
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill
Chief Executive Carrie Lam (circled), then a university student, marches with fellow protesters to Government House in May 1978. Photo: SCMPChief Executive Carrie Lam (circled), then a university student, marches with fellow protesters to Government House in May 1978. Photo: SCMP
Chief Executive Carrie Lam (circled), then a university student, marches with fellow protesters to Government House in May 1978. Photo: SCMP
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