Carrie Lam speaks at press conference at the Central Government Offices in Tamar, unveiling a coronavirus financial relief package of HK$137.5 billion. Photo: May Tse Carrie Lam speaks at press conference at the Central Government Offices in Tamar, unveiling a coronavirus financial relief package of HK$137.5 billion. Photo: May Tse
Carrie Lam speaks at press conference at the Central Government Offices in Tamar, unveiling a coronavirus financial relief package of HK$137.5 billion. Photo: May Tse
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Carrie Lam’s belated pay cut sends the right signal

  • The city leader’s decision to take a voluntary 10 per cent pay cut could have come earlier, but it does tell other politicians that it is time to follow suit and show solidarity with those struggling as a result of the pandemic

Carrie Lam speaks at press conference at the Central Government Offices in Tamar, unveiling a coronavirus financial relief package of HK$137.5 billion. Photo: May Tse Carrie Lam speaks at press conference at the Central Government Offices in Tamar, unveiling a coronavirus financial relief package of HK$137.5 billion. Photo: May Tse
Carrie Lam speaks at press conference at the Central Government Offices in Tamar, unveiling a coronavirus financial relief package of HK$137.5 billion. Photo: May Tse
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