A sea of protesters parting for an ambulance on the night of June 16 has been interpreted as a symbol of Hongkongers’ commitment to order even when demonstrating against the government. Photo: AFPA sea of protesters parting for an ambulance on the night of June 16 has been interpreted as a symbol of Hongkongers’ commitment to order even when demonstrating against the government. Photo: AFP
A sea of protesters parting for an ambulance on the night of June 16 has been interpreted as a symbol of Hongkongers’ commitment to order even when demonstrating against the government. Photo: AFP

Letters | The real threat to the rule of law in Hong Kong? It is not the protesters

  • Hongkongers have a deep respect for the law and proper procedure, and it would take something much bigger than unwise acts of violence by a minority to change that
  • What would destroy Hong Kong’s rule of law would be authoritarian government actions

Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill
A sea of protesters parting for an ambulance on the night of June 16 has been interpreted as a symbol of Hongkongers’ commitment to order even when demonstrating against the government. Photo: AFPA sea of protesters parting for an ambulance on the night of June 16 has been interpreted as a symbol of Hongkongers’ commitment to order even when demonstrating against the government. Photo: AFP
A sea of protesters parting for an ambulance on the night of June 16 has been interpreted as a symbol of Hongkongers’ commitment to order even when demonstrating against the government. Photo: AFP
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