Hong Kong: Former Chief Executive suggests shooting the protestors — Kenneth Leung

Known as one of best tax advisers in the world, Kenneth Leung is a lawmaker of a functional constituency on accountancy in the legislative council in Hong Kong has elaborated the present social and economic aspects of the region while “appreciating” her maiden policy address by the incumbent Chief Executive Carrie Lam.


by Our Correspondent in Hong Kong

( November 9, 2017, Hong Kong SAR, Sri Lanka Guardian) “There are considerable facts to believe that the former Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Mr Leung Chun-ying (CY Leung) has suggested the police force to shooting at the unarmed protestors who were ‘occupied’ several public places in Hong Kong during the Umbrella Movement,” Kenneth Leung told the Sri Lanka Guardian in an exclusive interview.

“But his murderous suggestion was turned down by other officials and the central government in Beijing”, he added.

Meanwhile talking about the Hong Kong Police Force and the well known reputable anti-graft institution, Independent Commission Against Corruption ( ICAC), Kenneth expresses his observations as follows;

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Known as one of best tax advisers in the world, Kenneth Leung is a lawmaker of a functional constituency on accountancy in the legislative council in Hong Kong has elaborated the present social and economic aspects of the region while “appreciating” her maiden policy address by the incumbent Chief Executive Carrie Lam.

According to the Tax Directors’ Handbook, he has been voted the world’s 250 top tax advisers since 2008.

The complete interview with Kenneth Leung will be available soon.

Author: Sri Lanka Guardian

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