HK lawmakers demand inquiry into city leader

Leung said to have received undeclared payments

Hong Kong

HONG KONG's democratic lawmakers called for an official inquiry into the city's embattled leader on Wednesday, saying that he "has no political integrity" after receiving large undeclared payments from an Australian company.

It came hours after the territory's former governor, Chris Patten, criticised Hong Kong's lack of leadership in the face of mass democracy protests, which have lasted more than a month.

Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying's approval ratings are at an all-time low as demonstrators...


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