Hongkongers express their disapproval of Chief Executive Carrie Lam during protests against the proposed amendments to the extradition law, on June 9. Photo: AP
Vijay Verghese
Opinion

Opinion

Vijay Verghese

After the extradition protests, it’s time to be pro-Hong Kong, to fix the leadership crisis and liberate the city’s potential

  • The unprecedented protests have focused an avowedly apolitical and disparate city like never before. Hong Kong’s challenges run deep and can’t be addressed under the current system. Only a change that brings in critical voices can break the impasse

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Hongkongers express their disapproval of Chief Executive Carrie Lam during protests against the proposed amendments to the extradition law, on June 9. Photo: AP
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