The chief executive argued the majority of voters in Occupy's poll were expressing a desire to elect their next leader by universal suffrage. Photo: Felix Wong The chief executive argued the majority of voters in Occupy's poll were expressing a desire to elect their next leader by universal suffrage. Photo: Felix Wong
The chief executive argued the majority of voters in Occupy's poll were expressing a desire to elect their next leader by universal suffrage. Photo: Felix Wong
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Rare disagreement as CY Leung takes issue with Global Times editorial on Occupy poll

Chief Executive speaks out against state-run newspaper that belittled 700,000 voters in unofficial plebiscite as 'no match' for 1.3 billion

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The chief executive argued the majority of voters in Occupy's poll were expressing a desire to elect their next leader by universal suffrage. Photo: Felix Wong The chief executive argued the majority of voters in Occupy's poll were expressing a desire to elect their next leader by universal suffrage. Photo: Felix Wong
The chief executive argued the majority of voters in Occupy's poll were expressing a desire to elect their next leader by universal suffrage. Photo: Felix Wong
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