The System for Choosing Hong Kong’s Leader Is Rigged in Beijing’s Favor. But It’s Not Without Hope – TIME

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Anson Chan was a Chief Secretary of the Hong Kong government, both before and after the city’s return to Chinese sovereignty in 1997. She is also the founder of the Hong Kong 2020 democracy advocacy group.
China wants Hong Kong’s future leaders to win public testCNBC
Hong Kong finance chief resigns, tipped for leadership raceYahoo News
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