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Watch: CY Leung named third Chief Executive of Hong Kong

3 years agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

CY Leung (???) has become Hong Kong's third Chief Executive, winning 689 of 1132 votes cast by a Hong Kong election committee. His main contender for the position, Henry Tang, once thought to be Beijing's anointed one, secured just 285 votes following a campaign marred by scandals and personal infidelities. The only pro-democracy candidate in the "election", Albert Ho, won a meagre 76 votes.
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