John Lee, now Hong Kong’s chief secretary, will play a major role in determining who can run for office. Photo: Nora Tam John Lee, now Hong Kong’s chief secretary, will play a major role in determining who can run for office. Photo: Nora Tam
John Lee, now Hong Kong’s chief secretary, will play a major role in determining who can run for office. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong Chief Secretary John Lee to lead vetting committee for would-be election candidates

  • The former security chief will be joined by constitutional affairs chief Erick Tsang, security secretary Chris Tang and home affairs minister Caspar Tsui
  • Three unofficial members – former justice secretary Elsie Leung, ex-Legco president Rita Fan and one-time university president Lawrence Lau – round out the committee

Topic |   Hong Kong electoral changes
John Lee, now Hong Kong’s chief secretary, will play a major role in determining who can run for office. Photo: Nora Tam John Lee, now Hong Kong’s chief secretary, will play a major role in determining who can run for office. Photo: Nora Tam
John Lee, now Hong Kong’s chief secretary, will play a major role in determining who can run for office. Photo: Nora Tam
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