Anti-extradition bill demonstrators send out a message to the administration, on a footbridge in Admiralty on June 13. Photo: Sam Tsang Anti-extradition bill demonstrators send out a message to the administration, on a footbridge in Admiralty on June 13. Photo: Sam Tsang
Anti-extradition bill demonstrators send out a message to the administration, on a footbridge in Admiralty on June 13. Photo: Sam Tsang

Letters | Hong Kong protesters have made their point, but should not push their luck

  • Not satisfied with the suspension of the extradition bill, protesters want its complete withdrawal. Out of hand unrest could trigger action from Beijing

Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill
Anti-extradition bill demonstrators send out a message to the administration, on a footbridge in Admiralty on June 13. Photo: Sam Tsang Anti-extradition bill demonstrators send out a message to the administration, on a footbridge in Admiralty on June 13. Photo: Sam Tsang
Anti-extradition bill demonstrators send out a message to the administration, on a footbridge in Admiralty on June 13. Photo: Sam Tsang
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