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Understanding The Hong Kong Extradition Law Protests – Analysis

Eurasia Review Thursday, 11 July 2019
Understanding The Hong Kong Extradition Law Protests – AnalysisBy Sophie Li and M. Terry Cooke*

(FPRI) — On January 29, the Hong Kong governent announced potential amendments to its extradition laws that would allow suspects to be extradited to countries with which the city has no formal extradition agreements. According to Chief Executive Carrie Lam, the bill was a response to a murder...
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For many protesters their movement is more than the extradition bill, it's about Hong Kong's relationship with China.

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