Chief Executive Carrie Lam attends a Q&A session at the Legislative Council Chamber, in Admiralty on September 8. Despite reports in some quarters that Beijing has ruled her out for a second term, Lam continues to see herself as a viable candidate. Photo: Sam Tsang Chief Executive Carrie Lam attends a Q&A session at the Legislative Council Chamber, in Admiralty on September 8. Despite reports in some quarters that Beijing has ruled her out for a second term, Lam continues to see herself as a viable candidate. Photo: Sam Tsang
Chief Executive Carrie Lam attends a Q&A session at the Legislative Council Chamber, in Admiralty on September 8. Despite reports in some quarters that Beijing has ruled her out for a second term, Lam continues to see herself as a viable candidate. Photo: Sam Tsang
Mike Rowse
Opinion

Opinion

Mike Rowse

Election Committee has much to consider as race to be Hong Kong’s next chief executive hots up

  • Leung Chun-ying appears to have taken himself out of the running for a return to Hong Kong’s top job, but several hopefuls are still in the race, and the incumbent is fighting on

Chief Executive Carrie Lam attends a Q&A session at the Legislative Council Chamber, in Admiralty on September 8. Despite reports in some quarters that Beijing has ruled her out for a second term, Lam continues to see herself as a viable candidate. Photo: Sam Tsang Chief Executive Carrie Lam attends a Q&A session at the Legislative Council Chamber, in Admiralty on September 8. Despite reports in some quarters that Beijing has ruled her out for a second term, Lam continues to see herself as a viable candidate. Photo: Sam Tsang
Chief Executive Carrie Lam attends a Q&A session at the Legislative Council Chamber, in Admiralty on September 8. Despite reports in some quarters that Beijing has ruled her out for a second term, Lam continues to see herself as a viable candidate. Photo: Sam Tsang
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