Tsang Re-Elected as Hong Kong’s Leader – Edward Cody

The Washington Post reports on today’s election in Hong Kong:

Donald Tsang easily won re-election to another five-year term as Hong Kong’s chief executive Sunday in voting restricted to a Chinese-approved electoral body.

Tsang defeated his challenger, Alan Leong, with 649 out of the 772 valid votes cast by the business and professional leaders who make up what Leong and his supporters denounced as a “closed circle” of electors during several weeks of electioneering. [Full text]

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