Constitutionally, the Executive Council is the city’s highest decision-making body. The extradition bill was endorsed by Exco before being put to the legislature. Politically, it is difficult for members to distance themselves from the fallout. Photo: Sam Tsang Constitutionally, the Executive Council is the city’s highest decision-making body. The extradition bill was endorsed by Exco before being put to the legislature. Politically, it is difficult for members to distance themselves from the fallout. Photo: Sam Tsang
Constitutionally, the Executive Council is the city’s highest decision-making body. The extradition bill was endorsed by Exco before being put to the legislature. Politically, it is difficult for members to distance themselves from the fallout. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Wait goes on for an overhaul of the Executive Council

  • If advisers to the city leader are not among the first to be held accountable for the extradition bill fiasco, questions must be asked as to who is

Constitutionally, the Executive Council is the city’s highest decision-making body. The extradition bill was endorsed by Exco before being put to the legislature. Politically, it is difficult for members to distance themselves from the fallout. Photo: Sam Tsang Constitutionally, the Executive Council is the city’s highest decision-making body. The extradition bill was endorsed by Exco before being put to the legislature. Politically, it is difficult for members to distance themselves from the fallout. Photo: Sam Tsang
Constitutionally, the Executive Council is the city’s highest decision-making body. The extradition bill was endorsed by Exco before being put to the legislature. Politically, it is difficult for members to distance themselves from the fallout. Photo: Sam Tsang
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