Will China Mend Its Ways After Hong Kong Protests? – OpEd
Monday, 17 June 2019 The massive street march and peaceful protests by the Hong Kong citizens against the extradition law must have rattled the Chinese government, which has quickly suspended the enactment of the law. But, the citizens of Hong Kong do not seem to believe the Chinese government and have insisted that the law should be totally...
Hong Kong protesters remain active in the streets, the morning after a march that organisers say was joined by almost 2 million people, as they seek a complete withdrawal of an extradition bill that has been suspended by government leader Carrie Lam. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
By Sophie Li and M. Terry Cooke*
(FPRI) — On January 29, the Hong Kong governent announced potential amendments to its extradition laws that would allow... Eurasia Review Also reported by •FT.com •Seattle Times
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