Joseph Cheng, a political science professor of City University of Hong Kong, said there is a high chance of further anti-government protests.
“Hong Kong people don’t have high expectations of this administration. They believe that collusion with major business will continue, and they are not happy,” Mr. Cheng said.
Mr. Leung will take office on July 1, succeeding Donald Tsang, who is barred from another term.
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