headquarters: A former Hong Kong leader insisted that he did not want to step down after an audio recording on Tuesday in southern China said he wanted to be nervous for more than three months.
Hong Kong has endured dozens of violent democratic demonstrations triggered by Senator Carrie Lam's push for legislation to allow delivery to mainland China.
After the transition from the UK in 1997, those protesting against China's biggest challenge to Hong Kong's reign have evolved into broader democratic campaigns involving clashes between protesters and police.
Lam said in a press conference Tuesday morning: “In the last three months, I and my team have to keep trying to help Hong Kong.
Lam said he "did not consider" his resignation with the Chinese government.
"I don't have a conflict that I want to end but I can't stop," she said.
Lam was speaking after Reuters news agency released an audio recording of her business leaders last week saying she wanted to step down and take responsibility for the anxiety.
Emotional Ram said in an audio recording, "It is unforgivable that the president has caused great confusion in Hong Kong."
"If I can choose, she said in English," first apologize and end up profound. "
Ram told business leaders that because the crisis has become a matter of national security and sovereignty in China, there is a "very limited" room to deal with it.
On Tuesday afternoon, Beijing repeated support for the chief executive, but warned, "Hong Kong's situation cannot continue to ease."
Xu Luying, a spokesman for Hong Kong, said, “If the situation continues to deteriorate and be disrupted by the Hong Kong government's control of national sovereignty and security, the Hong Kong and Macau Secretariat of the Chinese Central Government.
But in the leaked record, Ram said Beijing had "no plans to send to the People's Liberation Army." "They know that the price is too expensive to pay."
She also insisted Beijing will have a "no deadline to stop anxiety," and the celebrations on October 1 will be slow.
Lam described the recording leak as "unacceptable" and denied that she or her government coordinated the record.
Online protesters, however, accused the leader of sympathizing with his position.
Bonnie Leong said, "Summer has organized the biggest rally in the city so far." She wanted this album to come out, and she wanted to make the impression that she was innocent and apologized for what was happening. example.
Democrat Lam Cheuk-ting added that Carrie Lam lied to Hong Kong's business leaders last week this morning.
On Tuesday, as students continued the two-week college boycott that began on Monday, hundreds of people filled the park in the center of the city in a recent organized protest.
Ivan Lam, a pro-Democratic party president, Demosisto, who helped organize the anti- sibling movement on the day, said he was arrested by the Hong Kong government for "inducing others to participate in unauthorized meetings."
More than 1,100 people have been arrested since June, when anxiety began, including raids by major democratic leaders and politicians.
The rally during the weekend saw the worst violence in the crisis, when protesters threw bricks and gasoline bombs at police responding on charges of tear gas, water cannons and batons.
China responded by increasing threats and intimidation, warning that security forces could intervene.
Chinese state media released a video showing the mainland security forces deployed across the border.
Protesters warned "the end is approaching," according to the editorial of a Chinese state news agency on Sunday.
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