Beijing Loyalist John Lee has been elected Beijing’s next Chief Executive Officer.
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Beijing Loyalist John Lee has been elected the next Chief Executive Officer in Hong Kong.
Lee, the only candidate for Hong Kong’s top post, Get over 1,416 votes In the election on Sunday. He needed a simple majority and got the required 750+ votes.
“We sincerely congratulate Mr. John Lee on the success of his election and will submit a report of the election results to the central people’s government later today,” CEO Hayashi Chung said on Sunday.
“The current administration and I will ensure a seamless transition with the CEO. We will provide all the support needed to take office by the new term,” Lam said in a government press release. Said.
64-year-old Lee Seung-yuop will replace Ram, who will start his five-year term on July 1.
“Lee’s choice of career police officer who played a leading role in the crackdown on the anti-democratic movement that began in 2019 is not that Beijing’s top priority in Hong Kong is to maintain its dynamic global role. It’s a hub that shows that it’s about maintaining political security. ” Eurasia Group analysts said last week.
“Lee’s appointment will strengthen the transition from Hong Kong’s global financial and business center to playing a narrower role as China’s capital gateway,” analysts said. “The risks to political and financial stability are modest, but the Lee administration may not be ready to respond to a major shock.”
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Chinese Loyalist John Lee Becomes Hong Kong’s Next Leader
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