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    Hong Kong: Beijing’s election farce won’t end the crisis

    “Government credibility is high, but voter turnout will be low” – says Carrie Lam Zuo Ren, Socialist Action The first Legislative Council (Legco) elections since Beijing’s “makeover” will be held on December 19. The Chinese dictatorship (CCP) has i...

    Hong Kong: Third wave of pandemic and counter-revolutionary repression

    Government uses new Covid-19 outbreak as pretext to cancel Legco elections Jo Yan, Socialist Action The passage of the draconian Hong Kong National Security Law means the counter-revolutionary suppression by the Chinese dictatorship (CCP) has offic...

    Hong Kong national security law – Xi Jinping’s “nuclear option”

    The imposition of the new national security law in Hong Kong by the Chinese dictatorship (CCP) is a massive blow to democratic and political rights Per-Ake Westerlund and Vincent Kolo The effect of the Chinese regime’s new law is similar to a milit...

    Hong Kong’s democracy struggle – how to break the impasse?

    Carrie Lam’s government faces its biggest challenges since taking office Editorial from Socialist (社会主义者‏) magazine issue 51, Spring 2019 Increased authoritarian rule and a political crackdown in Hong Kong have not translated into stable g...

    Carrie Lam’s policy address: “Pouring money into the sea”

    Hong Kong’s unpopular government signals there’s worse to come Hong Kong society under Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor is anything other than ‘stable’. The government’s slump in popular support deepens as corruption scandals, a worsenin...

    Hong Kong’s controversial high-speed rail link to China opens

    Another costly white elephant project with sinister political implications Adam N. Lee, chinaworker.info It has been dubbed by some as the “Trojan train” because for the first time it legitimises the presence of Chinese police and security official...

    Hong Kong’s election: Ruled by the 0.02 percent

    Chief Executive-elect Carrie Lam won with 777 votes Dikang, Socialist Action (CWI in Hong Kong) On 26 March the Chief Executive (CE) election charade completed its final act. Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor was chosen by a grand total of 777 votes i...

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    Hong Kong: Counter-revolution gets a new face

    John Lee “elected” Chief Executive to continue in Carrie Lam’s bloody footsteps The so-called election of Hong Kong’s new Chief Executive ended witho...

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