After the chaos of 2019, the statutory term of the current Chief Executive is finally coming to an end. The current Chief Executive, Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, said at the last minute that she would not run for re-election due to "family reasons", followed by news that Chief Secretary Lee Ka-chao would resign to run for the chief executive. After Carrie Lam, will military attachés play?
Lam Cheng is a senior political official trained by the British Hong Kong government, and he has a typical resume of an elite official. Li Jiachao was Special Database a police trainee inspector. He was promoted to Chief Superintendent in 1997. After his return, he rose to the top of the police force. In 2017, he was appointed as the chief security officer by China. During his tenure, he handled the demstill brewing in society. The consensus on democratization officially woke up in the summer of 2014. The impact is very far-reaching. Out of the chaos of 2014, on the first day of the new year in 2016, clashes between the police and the people broke out in the hawker market in
Mong Kok. With the rise of that generation of local youth, many parliamentarians and youth representatives were later disqualified by the authorities from running for election. However, since the traditional pan-democratic party has not been cut to the moment, and the pan-democratic party has realized that the seat is where its political life lies, the system has indeed not been completely broken for them and their supporters, and there is danger to be maintained.