Chief Executive Carrie Lam, flanked by Secretary for Security John Lee Ka-chiu (left) and Commissioner of Police Stephen Lo (right), meet the media at the Chief Executive’s Office in Tamar, Admiralty, to respond to the extradition bill protest outside the liaison office in Sai Ying Pun and the violence at Yuen Long station on July 21. Photo: Robert NgChief Executive Carrie Lam, flanked by Secretary for Security John Lee Ka-chiu (left) and Commissioner of Police Stephen Lo (right), meet the media at the Chief Executive’s Office in Tamar, Admiralty, to respond to the extradition bill protest outside the liaison office in Sai Ying Pun and the violence at Yuen Long station on July 21. Photo: Robert Ng
Chief Executive Carrie Lam, flanked by Secretary for Security John Lee Ka-chiu (left) and Commissioner of Police Stephen Lo (right), meet the media at the Chief Executive’s Office in Tamar, Admiralty, to respond to the extradition bill protest outside the liaison office in Sai Ying Pun and the violence at Yuen Long station on July 21. Photo: Robert Ng
Albert Cheng
Opinion

Opinion

Albert Cheng

What China’s leaders and angry Hong Kong protesters agree on: Carrie Lam must clean up her own mess

  • With calls from across the political spectrum for the chief executive to set up an independent inquiry commission, she must act without delay
  • The difference in the police’s treatment of extradition bill protesters and members of the attacking mob in Yuen Long has almost depleted public confidence in the force

Chief Executive Carrie Lam, flanked by Secretary for Security John Lee Ka-chiu (left) and Commissioner of Police Stephen Lo (right), meet the media at the Chief Executive’s Office in Tamar, Admiralty, to respond to the extradition bill protest outside the liaison office in Sai Ying Pun and the violence at Yuen Long station on July 21. Photo: Robert NgChief Executive Carrie Lam, flanked by Secretary for Security John Lee Ka-chiu (left) and Commissioner of Police Stephen Lo (right), meet the media at the Chief Executive’s Office in Tamar, Admiralty, to respond to the extradition bill protest outside the liaison office in Sai Ying Pun and the violence at Yuen Long station on July 21. Photo: Robert Ng
Chief Executive Carrie Lam, flanked by Secretary for Security John Lee Ka-chiu (left) and Commissioner of Police Stephen Lo (right), meet the media at the Chief Executive’s Office in Tamar, Admiralty, to respond to the extradition bill protest outside the liaison office in Sai Ying Pun and the violence at Yuen Long station on July 21. Photo: Robert Ng
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