Hong Kong Protesters Push Ahead as Territory’s Leader Unseen

Poster:Post date:2019-06-27
Region:(Cross-Strait),(Regional Issues)
Issue:(Cross-Strait Issues),(Regional Issues)
(Associated Press, By Katie Tam) Hundreds of protesters gathered outside of Hong Kong's Justice Department on Thursday, demanding the full withdrawal of the controversial extradition bill and the release of arrested protesters. Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam has not been seen in public for nearly two weeks since her apology regarding the handling of the extradition bill. Protesters have urged G20 members to discuss Hong Kong during the G20 summit this weekend. <Accessed 2019-06-28>  
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