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if the million strong marches have shown anything in Hong Kong this week it's that you don't want to be this person I personally have to show the much of the responsibility and embattled chief executive Carrie lam is just the latest leader to cool the step in the former British colony in fact none of her three pre assesses completed two full terms in office and many believe lambs I'm days might be number two , it smoking the biggest and most violent challenge to Beijing's ultimate authority in the twenty two years since the Hyundai bath , even though the chief executive is in charge the exact still have to answer to China's Communist Party control is paramount , one source told Reuters Hong Kong leaders have the hard times give keeping Beijing's authoritarian instincts in check while serving Hong Kong's interests a city that's also under pressure from some of the world's highest house prices and a slowing economy at Tosk they link to being forever courts between the devil and the deep blue sea I have I have not received any instruction Allmendinger from Beijing to do this but lamb insists the bill is her own brain child which would allow suspects to be sent to the mainland for trials the leader isn't elected by the people of Hong Kong but by the committee of largely pro establishment figures , the people instead voted against it with that feeds organizes say more than a quarter of the population marched on Sunday urging the complete withdrawal of the bill and Beijing banks lands resignation but sources say that even if Beijing thought it was time finding lands replacement would likely be kindle a debate about democracy another bending problem would be a lack of candidates there's no queue of people willing to take on such a perilous position