Chief Executive Carrie Lam (right) is flanked by Chief Secretary John Lee (centre) and Commissioner of Police Raymond Siu at a press conference on June 25. Photo: AP Chief Executive Carrie Lam (right) is flanked by Chief Secretary John Lee (centre) and Commissioner of Police Raymond Siu at a press conference on June 25. Photo: AP
Chief Executive Carrie Lam (right) is flanked by Chief Secretary John Lee (centre) and Commissioner of Police Raymond Siu at a press conference on June 25. Photo: AP

Letters | Hong Kong government should adopt ‘first, do no harm’ principle

  • The reassignment of a senior police officer – who was investigated for visiting an unlicensed massage parlour – from the national security unit to the training department is the latest in series of events that has baffled many Hongkongers

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Chief Executive Carrie Lam (right) is flanked by Chief Secretary John Lee (centre) and Commissioner of Police Raymond Siu at a press conference on June 25. Photo: AP Chief Executive Carrie Lam (right) is flanked by Chief Secretary John Lee (centre) and Commissioner of Police Raymond Siu at a press conference on June 25. Photo: AP
Chief Executive Carrie Lam (right) is flanked by Chief Secretary John Lee (centre) and Commissioner of Police Raymond Siu at a press conference on June 25. Photo: AP
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