Hong Kong protests No sign of convergence after 2 months Aug 10 19:49
In Hong Kong, protests have been held in various places against the amendment of the ordinance that will allow the suspects to be handed over to mainland China for 10 days. Two months have passed since a series of large-scale protests began, and the Hong Kong government has yet to find a clue to the convergence of the situation.
In Hong Kong, citizens continue to protest for the complete withdrawal of the ordinance amendments and the establishment of an independent investigation committee to investigate the appropriateness of the police response, but the government has shown a policy of not accepting them. In the meantime, there are ongoing clashes between the youth and the police, who are getting stronger.
On the 10th, protests were held in various locations, and in this center, about 100 middle-aged and older groups traveled around the police headquarters and government offices to refrain from using teardrops, and demonstration participants attacked Asked to pursue the criminal responsibility of those involved in the incident.
In another place, more than 100 parents and children held a meeting and appealed, “Let's protect freedom for the future of children”.
In a suburban residential area close to the border with China, young people in black T-shirts responding to calls by SNS, etc. marched while saying, “The government should respond to citizens' demands,” and then built a barricade. Occupy the road.
In response to this march, the police have reported that they are “disagreeing” because there is a safety issue.
The opposition of the citizens of Hong Kong against the government and the police is still strong, and the government has not yet found a clue for the convergence of the situation.