Basic Law Committee chairman Li Fei said appointing someone who is against the central government to be chief executive would not be in the interests of Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang Basic Law Committee chairman Li Fei said appointing someone who is against the central government to be chief executive would not be in the interests of Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang
Basic Law Committee chairman Li Fei said appointing someone who is against the central government to be chief executive would not be in the interests of Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang

Chief executive who opposed central government would be threat to national security, says Basic Law head

Basic Law Committee chief warns national security would be compromised

Topic |   Hong Kong Basic Law
Basic Law Committee chairman Li Fei said appointing someone who is against the central government to be chief executive would not be in the interests of Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang Basic Law Committee chairman Li Fei said appointing someone who is against the central government to be chief executive would not be in the interests of Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang
Basic Law Committee chairman Li Fei said appointing someone who is against the central government to be chief executive would not be in the interests of Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang
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