John Lee will be the new chief executive of Hong Kong. On Sunday, 1,416 members of the Beijing-affiliated Election Committee voted for the 64-year-old, while eight did not support him. There was no opposing candidate. His predecessor, Carrie Lam, did not run again. The EU criticized the election. It had violated “democratic principles and political pluralism.”
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