Embattled Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor dropped a bombshell on Wednesday, announcing she would formally withdraw the extradition bill that sparked months of protesting in the city. But, her dramatic U-turn drew more scepticism than hope for an end to the turmoil. Even though Lam was finally acceding to one of the demonstrators’ five demands, protesters and politicians from both the pro-Beijing and opposition camps argued the concession was too little, too late. In her televised…