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Hong Kong citizens staged a protest yesterday on Sunday, calling for complete elimination. Weekend demonstrations were held for 10 consecutive weeks on June 9 following protests against repatriation law, which attracted more than 1 million people.

Hong Kong citizens also protested yesterday (11th) Sunday, demanding the complete removal of the extradition law.

Weekend demonstrations were held for 10 consecutive weeks on June 9 following protests against repatriation law, which attracted more than 1 million people.

Demonstrators held a series of road-occupation demonstrations despite the police's ban, and the two sides clashed violently as police disbanded tear gas.

At the beginning of the protest, citizens' demands focused on repatriation.

However, since the Hong Kong SAR has declared it will stop pursuing the repatriation law, it has been expanded to meet a variety of demands, including a "true general election."

Hong Kong media are also calling protests against repatriation law "anti-government protests" in recent years.

Local media, including the South China Morning Post (SCMP), reported on Sunday that anti-government rally took place from around 3 pm local time in Victoria Park, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.

The Victoria Park demonstrations are the only large rally approved by the police on this day.

Attendees called for complete elimination of repatriation legislation, police censure against hard-line protests, and the introduction of ordinary elections.

Police allowed a rally in Victoria Park that day but was not allowed to march outside.

Police also did not allow street marches in Ssamdaipo and eastern Hong Kong.
But protesters gathered in Victoria Park marched on nearby Causeway Bay streets, despite police warnings of police illegal activity.

Thousands of demonstrators seized roads and shot tear gas in the afternoon in Ssamdaipo, northwest of Kowloon Peninsula.

Some demonstrators expressed strong antipathy as they damaged the Golden Bauhinia statue presented by the central government in 1997 to commemorate Britain's return to Hong Kong.

They appeared in front of the statue of Golden Bohinia and disappeared with spray paint on the air masses, such as 'Longbok Hong Kong', which means 'liberation of Hong Kong'.

Hong Kong demonstrators did the same thing yesterday.

At the rally held in Victoria Park, the anti-Chinese sentiment of the protesters became clearer day by day, with some people holding a flag with the phrase "香港 獨立 HONG KONG INDEPENDENCE," which means Hong Kong's independence in Chinese. is.

The police are fighting hard, the clashes between the two sides intensify.

Protesters threw Molotov cocktails at the police station, where a police officer burned his leg and was taken to hospital for treatment.

Hong Kong police chief Stefan Loh visited an injured police officer and warned them that "the police will do their utmost to take responsibility for violent acts that seriously injure others and even life-threatening."

(Photo = Getty Images Korea)

Source: sbskr

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