China

President visits Hong Kong


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President Hu Jintao has made a three day visit to Hong Kong on the 15th anniversary of the return to rule to China from the United kingdom.

President Hu was also in the territory to take part in the inauguration of the new Chief Executive of the Territory, Leung Chun-ying, considered by many to be a Beijing puppet leader.

Mr Leung took 57.75% of the vote in the 1193 Electoral College election which took place on 25th March.

Key members of Mr Leung’s new government include:

Carrie Lam; Chief Secretary
Rimsky Yuen; Secretary for Justice
John Tsang; Financial Secretary
Raymond Tam; Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs
Tsang Tak-sing; Secretary for Home Affairs
Ko Wing-man; Secretary for Food and Health.
Paul Tang Kwok-wai; Secretary for the Civil Service.
Lai Tung-kwok; Secretary for Security.
K C Chan; Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury.

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