Pellegrin: Hong Kong protesters demanding much more from Carrie Lam
Tuesday, 9 July 2019 Hong Kong's embattled pro-Beijing leader on Tuesday said a China extradition bill that sparked unprecedented political unrest "is dead" -- but protesters immediately dismissed her comments, threatening more mass rallies. On Tuesday the city's chief executive Carrie Lam admitted her administration's attempt to introduce the bill was a "complete failure", saying that her government would not seek to reactivate it in parliament. "There is no such plan. The bill is dead," Lam said. But she once against refused to buckle to demands to completely withdraw the bill from the legislative agenda, provoking outcry from the anti-government camp.
Tens of thousands of protesters marched on Sunday (July 7) to raise awareness among mainland Chinese visitors about the political crisis that's rocked the city, before a smaller group clashed with police. Ryan Brooks reports.