Hong Kong has been gripped by protests since June. Photo: KyodoHong Kong has been gripped by protests since June. Photo: Kyodo
Hong Kong has been gripped by protests since June. Photo: Kyodo

Advisers to Hong Kong’s leader considered collective resignation over ongoing protests, Executive Council member Regina Ip reveals

  • But idea was rejected by Chief Executive Carrie Lam, who said cabinet members only played a minor role in political crisis
  • Regina Ip adds that government may consider a reshuffle of ministers, but this depends on whether their positions can be filled

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Hong Kong has been gripped by protests since June. Photo: KyodoHong Kong has been gripped by protests since June. Photo: Kyodo
Hong Kong has been gripped by protests since June. Photo: Kyodo
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