Hong Kong threatens a state of emergency
Carrie Lam denies: "I never wanted to resign" - VIDEO
China sent an ultimatum to the Hong Kong protesters on September 3, threatening to declare a state of emergency if the protests did not subside with reference to the Article 18 of the "Basic law", the fundamental rule of the Administrative Region Hong Kong Special Trade Union of the People's Republic of China.
Cheng Yuet-ngor, more commonly known with the English alias of Carrie Lam and chief executive of the former-British colony, is now with her back to the wall having to handle the unrest, with over 1100 people arrested and the increasingly concrete ghost of the recession. In a "Reuters" recording during a private meeting, the Chinese leader would be told: "if I had chosen the first thing I would make is resign"; she also added that she "never wanted to resign", but did not deny the authenticity of the registration.
Below, a video of the "BBC" on Carrie Lam:
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