Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam pauses while holding a news conference on August 27 last year. For all her apologising and promising to meet and to listen to people, Lam has held only one public dialogue in the wake of the protests. Photo: Reuters Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam pauses while holding a news conference on August 27 last year. For all her apologising and promising to meet and to listen to people, Lam has held only one public dialogue in the wake of the protests. Photo: Reuters
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam pauses while holding a news conference on August 27 last year. For all her apologising and promising to meet and to listen to people, Lam has held only one public dialogue in the wake of the protests. Photo: Reuters

Letters | Hong Kong protesters are back on the streets. Blame Carrie Lam’s inaction

  • The chief executive should stop issuing ineffective warnings to protesters and start addressing their valid concerns
  • The list of problems that fuelled the mass rallies last year remains. That is a sad indictment of the government

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Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam pauses while holding a news conference on August 27 last year. For all her apologising and promising to meet and to listen to people, Lam has held only one public dialogue in the wake of the protests. Photo: Reuters Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam pauses while holding a news conference on August 27 last year. For all her apologising and promising to meet and to listen to people, Lam has held only one public dialogue in the wake of the protests. Photo: Reuters
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam pauses while holding a news conference on August 27 last year. For all her apologising and promising to meet and to listen to people, Lam has held only one public dialogue in the wake of the protests. Photo: Reuters
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