China may replace Carrie Lam as Hong Kong chief early next year

China may replace Carrie Lam as Hong Kong chief early next year

The Chinese government is reportedly drawing up a plan to replace Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam, whose leadership sparked months of violent protests. Reports suggest that Lam’s successor would be installed by March and serve the rest of their term until 2022. Protesters have said they will not end the protests until the chief executive and legislators are chosen in democratic elections.

Chris
Chris
Bart
Bart 4 months

So the takeover begins.

porcus
porcus 4 months

China: We decide Hong Kong: Nu-uh, *we* decide China: <chortles> lalala, no.

Better dead than red
Better dead than red 4 months

WhY iS HoNg koNg stIlL pROtesTInG iF ThE bIlL wAs WiThDrAwn

Edmond_Dantes
Edmond_Dantes 4 months

This is what happens when you accept a foreign government's army to use for protection instead of forming your own. The people of Hong Kong are moronic for not seeing this coming

Luficer Morningstar
Luficer Morningstar 4 months

next Chinese puppet

William Siauw
William Siauw 4 months

guys, her leadership was what sparked the protests in the first place....

inkogni
inkogni 4 months

Don't think they have the power to do that unless tanks roll in

Seekster
Seekster 4 months

China wants a new overseer to watch Hong Kong.

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