Will Hong Kong's chief executive Carrie Lam resign?

Protesters flood Hong Kong's streets as people demonstrated to demand chief executive Carrie Lam resign over her handling of a legislative proposal that would have allowed case-by-case extraditions to mainland China.
Lam suspended the bill on June 15 and issued a rare apology for stirring up "substantial controversies and dispute in society".
As protesters called for Lam to step down on Sunday, June 16.
They also called for Lam to completely withdraw the bill instead of delaying it.
Source: Euronews