Holding the report (from left) Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Raymond Tam; Chief Secretary Carrie Lam; Leung Chun-ying; Justice Secretary Rimsky Yuen; and Undersecretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Lau Kong-wah. Photo: Sam Tsang Holding the report (from left) Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Raymond Tam; Chief Secretary Carrie Lam; Leung Chun-ying; Justice Secretary Rimsky Yuen; and Undersecretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Lau Kong-wah. Photo: Sam Tsang
Holding the report (from left) Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Raymond Tam; Chief Secretary Carrie Lam; Leung Chun-ying; Justice Secretary Rimsky Yuen; and Undersecretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Lau Kong-wah. Photo: Sam Tsang

Mainstream opinion key to electoral reform in Hong Kong, CY Leung tells NPC

Chief Executive's report to the NPC suggests that the Hong Kong public generally backs the government line on universal suffrage in 2017

Holding the report (from left) Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Raymond Tam; Chief Secretary Carrie Lam; Leung Chun-ying; Justice Secretary Rimsky Yuen; and Undersecretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Lau Kong-wah. Photo: Sam Tsang Holding the report (from left) Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Raymond Tam; Chief Secretary Carrie Lam; Leung Chun-ying; Justice Secretary Rimsky Yuen; and Undersecretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Lau Kong-wah. Photo: Sam Tsang
Holding the report (from left) Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Raymond Tam; Chief Secretary Carrie Lam; Leung Chun-ying; Justice Secretary Rimsky Yuen; and Undersecretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Lau Kong-wah. Photo: Sam Tsang
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