Skip to main content

Advertisement

Hong Kong’s chief executive blames ‘deep-seated problems’ for unrest | Video

The amendment of Hong Kong’s extradition bill has sparked the city’s biggest crisis since the handover in 1997 - close to two million people took to the streets to protest. Chief Executive Carrie Lam has blamed some ‘fundamental and deep-seated problems’ as the root cause for the current unrest. Roland Lim spoke to two student leaders about what they think these problems are.

Hong Kong’s chief executive blames ‘deep-seated problems’ for unrest | Video

11 Jul 2019 12:23am
The amendment of Hong Kong’s extradition bill has sparked the city’s biggest crisis since the handover in 1997 - close to two million people took to the streets to protest. Chief Executive Carrie Lam has blamed some ‘fundamental and deep-seated problems’ as the root cause for the current unrest. Roland Lim spoke to two student leaders about what they think these problems are.

Advertisement

You May Also Like

Advertisement