Allen Lee Peng-fei says the liaison office’s interference worried him because officials who used to stay out of the public eye have recently been making high-profile speeches. Photo: Sam Tsang Allen Lee Peng-fei says the liaison office’s interference worried him because officials who used to stay out of the public eye have recently been making high-profile speeches. Photo: Sam Tsang
Allen Lee Peng-fei says the liaison office’s interference worried him because officials who used to stay out of the public eye have recently been making high-profile speeches. Photo: Sam Tsang

Beijing official ‘has no authority’ to make remarks on political reform, Hong Kong veteran politician says

Former Liberal Party chairman’s remarks appear to be directed at legal chief of Beijing’s liaison office, who urged city to focus on livelihood issues instead

Allen Lee Peng-fei says the liaison office’s interference worried him because officials who used to stay out of the public eye have recently been making high-profile speeches. Photo: Sam Tsang Allen Lee Peng-fei says the liaison office’s interference worried him because officials who used to stay out of the public eye have recently been making high-profile speeches. Photo: Sam Tsang
Allen Lee Peng-fei says the liaison office’s interference worried him because officials who used to stay out of the public eye have recently been making high-profile speeches. Photo: Sam Tsang
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