Elderly demonstrators hold signs rebuking Chief Executive Carrie Lam and police chief Stephen Lo during a protest in support of young protesters on July 17. Photo: Bloomberg Elderly demonstrators hold signs rebuking Chief Executive Carrie Lam and police chief Stephen Lo during a protest in support of young protesters on July 17. Photo: Bloomberg
Elderly demonstrators hold signs rebuking Chief Executive Carrie Lam and police chief Stephen Lo during a protest in support of young protesters on July 17. Photo: Bloomberg
Phil C. W. Chan
Opinion

Opinion

Phil C. W. Chan

If China hears the Hong Kong people, it must let Carrie Lam go

  • The Hong Kong authorities’ apparently inconsistent handling of the Yuen Long attack on commuters and protesters’ clashes with the police sows doubts about the rule of law
  • Instead of supporting Carrie Lam, Beijing should hold her accountable for mismanaging Hong Kong

Elderly demonstrators hold signs rebuking Chief Executive Carrie Lam and police chief Stephen Lo during a protest in support of young protesters on July 17. Photo: Bloomberg Elderly demonstrators hold signs rebuking Chief Executive Carrie Lam and police chief Stephen Lo during a protest in support of young protesters on July 17. Photo: Bloomberg
Elderly demonstrators hold signs rebuking Chief Executive Carrie Lam and police chief Stephen Lo during a protest in support of young protesters on July 17. Photo: Bloomberg
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