The government has been wrong-footed by the size and swiftness of people’s unhappiness, leading up to the vandalising of the Legislative Council building on July 1, the anniversary of Hong Kong’s handover to China. Photo: Edmond So
Regina Ip
Opinion

Opinion

Regina Ip

Extradition debacle proves Hong Kong’s government needs a radical shake-up to change the way it thinks and acts

  • The mishandling of the extradition bill shows that the machinery for governance is all but broken. Drastic changes in officials’ mindset, as well as policies and systems, are the only way to preserve Hong Kong’s status as a vibrant and safe city

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The government has been wrong-footed by the size and swiftness of people’s unhappiness, leading up to the vandalising of the Legislative Council building on July 1, the anniversary of Hong Kong’s handover to China. Photo: Edmond So
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