Former Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying on Sunday argued against ‘the fallacy that [protesters] can set fire to shops [owned by people whose] political views were different from theirs’. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Former city leader says Hong Kong Coalition hopes to bolster economy, rule of law but cannot ‘do government’s job’

  • Ex-chief executive Leung Chun-ying says pro-establishment group looking to help job situation for new graduates ‘regardless of political views’
  • But knots of unrest ‘can only be untied one by one’ and private body does ‘not have the power’ to take on city government’s role
Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Former Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying on Sunday argued against ‘the fallacy that [protesters] can set fire to shops [owned by people whose] political views were different from theirs’. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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