HONG KONG, March 26 (Reuters) - Former senior Hong Kong
government official Carrie Lam was on Sunday elected the city's
next leader by a 1,200-election committee stacked with Beijing
loyalists, according to broadcaster Cable TV.
Most of Hong Kong's 7.3 million voters have no say in the
choice of leader in the former British colony that returned to
Chinese rule in 1997, at a time when tensions with Beijing have
been on the rise.
(Reporting by James Pomfret, Venus Wu, Katy Wong; Editing by
Anne Marie Roantree)