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Murderer who started a series of demonstrations in Hong Kong

2019-10-23T07:30:51.687Z

A murder case that started the series of protests in Hong Kong took place in Taiwan.



Murderer who started a series of demonstrations in Hong Kong Intention to appear in Taiwan authorities October 23 16:21

A murder case started in Taiwan following a series of protests in Hong Kong, and a man who had been serving in another case after escaping to Hong Kong came out on the 23rd and showed his intention to appear in Taiwan. The Taiwanese side wanted to send an investigator to Hong Kong to detain the man, but the Hong Kong government has repelled that it does not respect Hong Kong's jurisdiction and cannot accept it.

Last February, a Hong Kong man ran away to Hong Kong after killing a companion Hong Kong woman in Taiwan.

The Hong Kong government has proposed to the legislative assembly to revise the ordinance in order to hand over the man's status to Taiwan, but in Hong Kong, a special administrative region of China, the ordinance has been amended from the standpoint of “Taiwan is part of China” This led to a series of protests as the suspect's identity could be handed over to mainland China as well as Taiwan.

The man was serving in Hong Kong in another case, but came out on the 23rd, saying, “I am going to appear in Taiwan for a trial of my mistakes” and expressed my intention to appear in Taiwan authorities.

The Taiwanese side wanted to send an investigator to Hong Kong to detain the man, but the Hong Kong government said, “It is not possible to send an investigator to attend the appearance of someone who is already free. "I don't respect the right and I can't accept it."

On the other hand, in Hong Kong, a procedure for officially withdrawing the draft amendment of the ordinance will be carried out on the afternoon of 23rd. However, as protests continue, the backlash against the government and the police has increased and confusion continues.

Source: nhk

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