Chief Executive Carrie Lam holds a hastily arranged press briefing at the government headquarters in Admiralty on October 12, where she announced that her annual policy address will not be delivered as scheduled. Photo: Felix Wong Chief Executive Carrie Lam holds a hastily arranged press briefing at the government headquarters in Admiralty on October 12, where she announced that her annual policy address will not be delivered as scheduled. Photo: Felix Wong
Chief Executive Carrie Lam holds a hastily arranged press briefing at the government headquarters in Admiralty on October 12, where she announced that her annual policy address will not be delivered as scheduled. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | What Hong Kong’s last-minute policy address delay says about city’s autonomy

  • Announcing and implementing policies to alleviate problems facing society is an exercise of Hong Kong’s political autonomy, which now appears to be curtailed

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Chief Executive Carrie Lam holds a hastily arranged press briefing at the government headquarters in Admiralty on October 12, where she announced that her annual policy address will not be delivered as scheduled. Photo: Felix Wong Chief Executive Carrie Lam holds a hastily arranged press briefing at the government headquarters in Admiralty on October 12, where she announced that her annual policy address will not be delivered as scheduled. Photo: Felix Wong
Chief Executive Carrie Lam holds a hastily arranged press briefing at the government headquarters in Admiralty on October 12, where she announced that her annual policy address will not be delivered as scheduled. Photo: Felix Wong
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