Sources say Chief Executive Carrie Lam is struggling to find people to sit on her review committee looking at the causes of anti-government protests sweeping Hong Kong. Photo: Sam TsangSources say Chief Executive Carrie Lam is struggling to find people to sit on her review committee looking at the causes of anti-government protests sweeping Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang
Sources say Chief Executive Carrie Lam is struggling to find people to sit on her review committee looking at the causes of anti-government protests sweeping Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong protests: double blow for Carrie Lam as judges snub chance to lead investigation into unrest, and Beijing rules out inquiry into police use of force

  • Sources say several retired judges turned down opportunity to lead review committee looking at causes of social unrest
  • Protesters want an independent commission of inquiry into police as one of their five demands
Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Sources say Chief Executive Carrie Lam is struggling to find people to sit on her review committee looking at the causes of anti-government protests sweeping Hong Kong. Photo: Sam TsangSources say Chief Executive Carrie Lam is struggling to find people to sit on her review committee looking at the causes of anti-government protests sweeping Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang
Sources say Chief Executive Carrie Lam is struggling to find people to sit on her review committee looking at the causes of anti-government protests sweeping Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang
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