Hong Kong's Carrie Lam Admits Extradition Bill Was A 'Political Failure', Will Not Resign

Source: International Business Times - View Original Article
Published: Jan 23, 2020
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81% Conservative


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Sentiments

93% "The Chief Executive of Hong Kong, Carrie Lam, has admitted that she and her administration's handling of the withdrawn extradition bill was proven to ..."
79% "The next day, on June 10, Hong Kong said it would proceed with the extradition bill despite the mass protest drawing some attention from ..."
76% "With an approval rating at 14%, according to a recent Hong Kong Public Opinion Research Institute poll, any hopes for a 2022 re-election may ..."
73% "so I can leave behind a better infrastructure for Hong Kong to deal with challenges in the future?""
64% "Lam added that I face a lot of pressure, not only from the protesters but also from the anti-protest camp that I should control ..."


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

93% : The Chief Executive of Hong Kong, Carrie Lam, has admitted that she and her administration's handling of the withdrawn extradition bill was "proven to be a political failure".
79% : The next day, on June 10, Hong Kong said it would proceed with the extradition bill despite the mass protest drawing some attention from around the globe including the United States.
76% : With an approval rating at 14%, according to a recent Hong Kong Public Opinion Research Institute poll, any hopes for a 2022 re-election may be dimmed even with the central government's rigged political system.
73% : so I can leave behind a better infrastructure for Hong Kong to deal with challenges in the future?"
64% : Lam added that "I face a lot of pressure, not only from the protesters but also from the anti-protest camp that I should control the journalists.

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