Carrie Lam: Hong Kong govt will ‘humbly’ listen to public & ‘seriously reflect’ after district council election

Carrie Lam: Hong Kong govt will ‘humbly’ listen to public & ‘seriously reflect’ after district council election

Mothership - Perspectives·2019-11-25 18:31

The government of Hong Kong will “seriously reflect” and listen to the opinions of the public “humbly” in the wake of the results for the city’s district council election, Chief Executive Carrie Lam has announced .

Additionally, the government will also respect the election results, which saw saw pro-democracy candidates sweep up 392 out of 452 seats, and clinch 17 out of 18 district councils, which were previously under pro-establishment control.

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EX14:14 30/11/2019

Talk nonsense this Carrie! Resign better!! Full of crap stories!!

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Scobido 29/11/2019

Is that so? After more than 6month of Hong Kong protest, and the thousands of young HK students, being transported to Shenzhen, China..where are they now?

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Philip Tan 28/11/2019

China took away Hong Kong young people dream. They won't go China and catch by china police.

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Samtan4848 26/11/2019

Too late. Rice has become porridge. Sayonara.

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Fred 25/11/2019

This landslide lost happened in Malaysia and Hong Kong, could happen in Singapore. This seems to be the result of the government not listening to the people and cockiness of the Administrators.

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