Hong Kong – Hong Kong’s leader enjoys a special legal position that puts him above the legislature and judiciary, China’s top official in the city said, raising some politicians’ concerns about Beijing’s expanding influence there.
Hong Kong’s leader, the chief executive, reports to the central Chinese government. Thousands of the city’s residents have held protests demanding full democracy, putting pressure on current leader Leung Chun-ying.
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