Chief Executive Carrie Lam is flanked by Secretary for Security John Lee Ka-chiu (right) and Secretary of Justice Teresa Cheng, at a press conference on June 10. They remained unmoved by the massive protest on June 9 and only suspended the extradition bill on June 15, after clashes between the police and protesters on June 12. But that did not stop up to 2 million people, according to march organisers, from taking to the streets the following day. Photo: AP

For a career reboot, Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam could start with team changes

  • The secretary for justice, the chief secretary and the secretary for security should have advised the chief executive better about the repercussions of pushing ahead with the extradition bill
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill

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Chief Executive Carrie Lam is flanked by Secretary for Security John Lee Ka-chiu (right) and Secretary of Justice Teresa Cheng, at a press conference on June 10. They remained unmoved by the massive protest on June 9 and only suspended the extradition bill on June 15, after clashes between the police and protesters on June 12. But that did not stop up to 2 million people, according to march organisers, from taking to the streets the following day. Photo: AP
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