Chief Executive Carrie Lam enters the Legislative Council in her first attempt to give this year’s policy address. Photo: May Tse
Alice Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Alice Wu

Stop the violence: don’t give Carrie Lam an excuse to take away our election rights

  • Carrie Lam’s insulting policy address was yet another sign of her refusal to be held accountable for her numerous mistakes. Continuing the violence would only give her the reason she needs to suspend, or cancel, district council elections

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Chief Executive Carrie Lam enters the Legislative Council in her first attempt to give this year’s policy address. Photo: May Tse
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Pro-democracy lawmaker Lam Cheuk-ting stands up and protests after Chief Executive Carrie Lam retreated twice from the Legislative Council lectern on October 16. Carrie Lam later delivered her policy address by video. Photo: AFP
Albert Cheng
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Opinion

Albert Cheng

To save Hong Kong, pro-democracy lawmakers must paralyse Legco and frustrate the government

  • The Legislative Council is becoming a rubber stamp for Carrie Lam’s administration. Pro-democracy lawmakers must adopt a strategy of ‘if we burn, you burn with us’ and make pro-establishment types feel the cost of continuing to support Lam

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Pro-democracy lawmaker Lam Cheuk-ting stands up and protests after Chief Executive Carrie Lam retreated twice from the Legislative Council lectern on October 16. Carrie Lam later delivered her policy address by video. Photo: AFP
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