Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam (second right) with the new Chief Secretary, John Lee (second left), the new Secretary for Security, Tang Ping-keung (right), and the new Commissioner of Police, Siu Chak-yee, on June 24. Photo: Handout Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam (second right) with the new Chief Secretary, John Lee (second left), the new Secretary for Security, Tang Ping-keung (right), and the new Commissioner of Police, Siu Chak-yee, on June 24. Photo: Handout
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam (second right) with the new Chief Secretary, John Lee (second left), the new Secretary for Security, Tang Ping-keung (right), and the new Commissioner of Police, Siu Chak-yee, on June 24. Photo: Handout
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Tough choices face daunting law and order challenges

  • Carrie Lam has dismissed fears that the latest cabinet shake-up involving security officials may result in disciplinary figures having greater influence on the leadership

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam (second right) with the new Chief Secretary, John Lee (second left), the new Secretary for Security, Tang Ping-keung (right), and the new Commissioner of Police, Siu Chak-yee, on June 24. Photo: Handout Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam (second right) with the new Chief Secretary, John Lee (second left), the new Secretary for Security, Tang Ping-keung (right), and the new Commissioner of Police, Siu Chak-yee, on June 24. Photo: Handout
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam (second right) with the new Chief Secretary, John Lee (second left), the new Secretary for Security, Tang Ping-keung (right), and the new Commissioner of Police, Siu Chak-yee, on June 24. Photo: Handout
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