Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s infrequent public appearances and lack of suggestions for ending Hong Kong’s crisis have frustrated observers. Photo: Nora Tam
Richard Harris
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Richard Harris

How Carrie Lam could end the Hong Kong turmoil in a single speech – with an amnesty for protesters and police, an independent inquiry and more social welfare

  • Whenever the chief executive appears in public, her speeches show no sign of having learned anything from events thus far
  • This is especially frustrating as the government could quickly end the protests, even without conceding to all demands

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Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s infrequent public appearances and lack of suggestions for ending Hong Kong’s crisis have frustrated observers. Photo: Nora Tam
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