An anti-government protester cleans up after protests at Polytechnic University in Hong Kong on November 16, 2019. Photo: ReutersAn anti-government protester cleans up after protests at Polytechnic University in Hong Kong on November 16, 2019. Photo: Reuters
An anti-government protester cleans up after protests at Polytechnic University in Hong Kong on November 16, 2019. Photo: Reuters
Viswa Nathan
Opinion

Opinion

Viswa Nathan

Beijing’s hunt for the right leader to clean up Hong Kong’s mess could start with a retired judge

  • Carrie Lam’s successor must be a person Hongkongers can trust to protect their core values and rights. Former chief justice Andrew Li has shown that he would not be swayed by popular sentiment or yield to political pressure

An anti-government protester cleans up after protests at Polytechnic University in Hong Kong on November 16, 2019. Photo: ReutersAn anti-government protester cleans up after protests at Polytechnic University in Hong Kong on November 16, 2019. Photo: Reuters
An anti-government protester cleans up after protests at Polytechnic University in Hong Kong on November 16, 2019. Photo: Reuters
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