Hong Kong’s CY Leung: Occupy movement has ‘zero chance’ — ‘has spun out of control’ — ‘no regrets for tear gas’ — says his HK$50 million deal is legal

Peace and Freedom

Protesters have ‘zero chance’ of changing Beijing’s stance, chief executive warns in TV interview

By Samuel Chan
South China Morning Post

Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying has called the Occupy movement a “mass movement that has spun out of control” in an interview with TVB on Sunday morning.

He cautioned however that the movement should not be regarded as a “revolution”.

Leung also said twice that he was confident the protests “cannot go on for a long time”.

“The latest developments show that no one can lead which direction the movement goes and [decides] its pace,” he said.

“We have a responsibility to enforce the law but this incident is very special […] which is why the government, the police force included, have been handling this incident with maximum tolerance,” he said.

He said the government…

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