Hong Kong's No. 2 official resigns, plans leadership bid
5 monthes ago - By My Sanantonio
Lam is the third person to announce plans to join the contest for the job of leading the former British colony, the scene of increasingly bitter political divisions between pro-democracy activists and Beijing loyalists.
"There's only one reason for me to resign at this juncture and that is, if my resignation is approved by the central people's government, I intend to prepare to contest in the upcoming chief executive election," Lam said she wrote in her letter.
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Hong Kong's No. 2 Official Resigns; Leadership Bid Expected
5 monthes ago - By ABC News
Hong Kong's No. 2 government official has resigned in what is widely seen as preparation for a bid for the southern Chinese city's top leadership job
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Hong Kong's No. 2 official resigns; leadership bid expected
5 monthes ago - By The Seattle Times
HONG KONG - Hong Kong's No. 2 government official resigned on Thursday in what is widely seen as preparation for a bid for the southern Chinese city's top leadership job. Chief Secretary Carrie Lam tendered her resignation to Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying, who in turn submitted it to Beijing, the Hong Kong government said [...]
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