Resentful protestors at the Hong Kong Occupy Central demonstrations have set up a “memorial service” for Hong Kong’s chief executive CY Leung, venting their anger and frustration over the stalled dialogues and suspicions of corruption at him.
The traditional funeral display along the roadside comes complete with incense sticks, paper offerings as well as roasted chicken and pigs’ ears. Words on notes displayed alongside the makeshift memorial service write: “His stench will last for billions of years”.
Meanwhile, a group of pan-democratic legislators have submitted a proposal to investigate if CY Leung had approved the use of tear gas of protestors, and if CY Leung had breached anti-corruption laws by accepting HK$50 million from an Australian engineering firm before taking office, reported RTHK news.
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