Around 1 million protesters march against the Hong Kong government’s proposal to amend the city’s extradition laws to allow the transfer of fugitives to mainland China, on June 9, 2019. Photo: Bloomberg Around 1 million protesters march against the Hong Kong government’s proposal to amend the city’s extradition laws to allow the transfer of fugitives to mainland China, on June 9, 2019. Photo: Bloomberg
Around 1 million protesters march against the Hong Kong government’s proposal to amend the city’s extradition laws to allow the transfer of fugitives to mainland China, on June 9, 2019. Photo: Bloomberg
Mike Rowse
Opinion

Opinion

Mike Rowse

Carrie Lam must tackle Hong Kong’s political hot potatoes in her policy address, not play safe

  • While the Greater Bay Area and the pandemic are important issues, the government must reach out to the community, particularly young people, and not sweep the fallout from the extradition bill protests under the carpet

Around 1 million protesters march against the Hong Kong government’s proposal to amend the city’s extradition laws to allow the transfer of fugitives to mainland China, on June 9, 2019. Photo: Bloomberg Around 1 million protesters march against the Hong Kong government’s proposal to amend the city’s extradition laws to allow the transfer of fugitives to mainland China, on June 9, 2019. Photo: Bloomberg
Around 1 million protesters march against the Hong Kong government’s proposal to amend the city’s extradition laws to allow the transfer of fugitives to mainland China, on June 9, 2019. Photo: Bloomberg
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