Hong Kong Top Considering dialogue but refusing to accept request August 20th 15:33
In Hong Kong, where civilian protests continue, the government's top secretary, Moon Moon Rin, met to reveal a policy to quickly start initiatives for dialogue with citizens. However, it does not show the idea of accepting the demands that many citizens have appealed, and the rebound may be further strengthened.
In Hong Kong, rebellious citizens continued protests for more than two months over a draft amendment to allow the suspects to be handed over to mainland China. A large number of 1.7 million people participated in a protest demonstration.
In response to this, the Hong Kong government's chief executive, Moon Moon Rin, met on the morning of the 20th and said about the large-scale demonstration on the 18th. I want you to be. "
In addition, he said, “We will start immediately to create a mechanism for listening to stories from citizens,” and heard from several groups who have proposed dialogue this week, and how to conduct dialogue in the future. If so.
He also clarified that foreign experts will be invited to investigate the appropriateness of police responses to protests.
On the other hand, Secretary Ringo refused the “revocation of revision” and the “establishment of an independent investigation committee” for police.
As many citizens intensify that the government should accept the demand after the large-scale demonstration on the 18th, there is a possibility that the repulsion will be further strengthened after this remark.