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Taiwan to take demonstrators to Hong Kong government

2019-10-22T15:37:08.671Z

The Taiwanese government, which refused to take over the killer who sparked protests against Hong Kong's repatriation law, says it will change its position and take the killer. Chu Chui-jung, a spokesman for the Taiwan Continental Commission, said in a press conference that he "sent a letter to the Hong Kong government to take over Chan Tong Kai and his criminal confession."



The Taiwanese government, which refused to take over the killer who sparked protests against Hong Kong's repatriation law, says it will change its position and take the killer.

Chu Chui-jung, a spokesman for the Taiwan Continental Commission, said in a press conference that he "sent a letter to the Hong Kong government to take over Chan Tong Kai and his criminal confession."

"If the Hong Kong government doesn't deal with the case, we'll deal with it for justice," Chu added.

Chantong Kai killed his girlfriend who was traveling in Taiwan last February and abandoned his body and fled to Hong Kong.

Hong Kong adopts secularism to prevent penalties for crimes that occur outside of the country.

The only application to Chantong Kai was the theft of stealing his girlfriend's money and alleged violations of the Anti-Money Laundering Act, which resulted in a 29-month prison sentence.

Chantongkai is due to be released tomorrow for his sentence, but he has recently surrendered his murder crime.

The Hong Kong government has informed Taiwan of the delivery of Chantong Kai's recruits, but Taiwan officials have rejected his acquisition, calling it a "political manipulation."

But the Taiwanese government says it will take over Chantong Kai, and if Hong Kong's government accepts it, it will open the way for Chantong Kai, who triggered mass protests, to be judged by law.

The Legislative Assembly, Hong Kong's Parliament, will officially rescind the extradition legislation at plenary session tomorrow.

(Photo = Getty Images Korea)

Source: sbskr

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