Protesters march from Causeway Bay to Admiralty against amendments to Hong Kong’s extradition laws on June 9. The bill, which has faced immense opposition from pan-democrats, the business sector and the international community, would allow the transfer of fugitives to jurisdictions which Hong Kong does not have a treaty with, including mainland China. Photo: EPA-EFE

If a million Hong Kong marchers can be ignored, why bother with public consultations at all?

  • Just 100 responses were sufficient before to help Carrie Lam formulate policy, otherwise why would the government continue to consult the public? Sunday’s massive protest should count for more
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill

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Protesters march from Causeway Bay to Admiralty against amendments to Hong Kong’s extradition laws on June 9. The bill, which has faced immense opposition from pan-democrats, the business sector and the international community, would allow the transfer of fugitives to jurisdictions which Hong Kong does not have a treaty with, including mainland China. Photo: EPA-EFE
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