Protesters flood East Point Road in Causeway Bay in a 2019 march to government offices in Tamar, calling on Carrie Lam to resign over the extradition bill crisis. Photo: Sam Tsang
Protesters flood East Point Road in Causeway Bay in a 2019 march to government offices in Tamar, calling on Carrie Lam to resign over the extradition bill crisis. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong protests: ‘no regrets’ over extradition bill bid, Carrie Lam insists, saying apology in 2019 was for poor communication on legislation

  • City leader doubles down on decision to push contentious, now-shelved legislation that sparked months of social unrest in city
  • She admits officials at the time did not explain the bill properly to residents

Protesters flood East Point Road in Causeway Bay in a 2019 march to government offices in Tamar, calling on Carrie Lam to resign over the extradition bill crisis. Photo: Sam Tsang
Protesters flood East Point Road in Causeway Bay in a 2019 march to government offices in Tamar, calling on Carrie Lam to resign over the extradition bill crisis. Photo: Sam Tsang
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