Hong Kong cabinet adviser disagrees with Lam on ‘separation of powers’ in textbooks, if only to show students why focusing on issue is ‘meaningless’

//Hong Kong cabinet adviser disagrees with Lam on ‘separation of powers’ in textbooks, if only to show students why focusing on issue is ‘meaningless’

Hong Kong cabinet adviser disagrees with Lam on ‘separation of powers’ in textbooks, if only to show students why focusing on issue is ‘meaningless’

A Hong Kong cabinet adviser has argued against the controversial removal of the phrase “separation of powers” from descriptions of the city’s politics in textbooks, a day after the chief executive defended the change, if only so the public would better understand why it was “meaningless” to focus on the issue.The professional body representing the city’s barristers also weighed in on the matter on Wednesday, rejecting the remarks by city leader Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor and the education…

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