Chief Executive Carrie Lam (left) and Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng walk to a media briefing at the government headquarters in Admiralty on the June 9 mass protest against the extradition bill. Photo: Sam Tsang

Loud and clear message from massive turnout against Hong Kong extradition bill: it’s best for Carrie Lam to go

  • The chief executive has travelled far from her election promise of healing divisions in society, and alienated people with her government’s arrogant approach
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition law

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Chief Executive Carrie Lam (left) and Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng walk to a media briefing at the government headquarters in Admiralty on the June 9 mass protest against the extradition bill. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Cliff Buddle
Cliff Buddle
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SCMP Columnist

Cliff Buddle

Carrie Lam may win the battle to pass Hong Kong’s extradition law. But at what cost?

  • Though not a democracy, Hong Kong is ruled by consultation and consensus. Pushing through the extradition bill against all opposition will upset this understanding and alter the balance of the ‘one country, two systems’ arrangement

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