Chief Executive Carrie Lam meets Luo Huining, then secretary of the Communist Party’s Shanxi provincial committee, at Government House on December 3. Luo has been appointed director of the central government’s liaison office in Hong Kong. Photo: Information Services Department
Michael Chugani
Opinion

Opinion

Michael Chugani

Carrie Lam is no longer Hong Kong’s real boss, but that’s less worrying than the man who now is

  • By bringing in a strongman with no Hong Kong experience to lead the liaison office, the central government shows that it has learned little from the mistakes that landed the city in this crisis in the first place
Chief Executive Carrie Lam meets Luo Huining, then secretary of the Communist Party’s Shanxi provincial committee, at Government House on December 3. Luo has been appointed director of the central government’s liaison office in Hong Kong. Photo: Information Services Department
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