Thousands of Hong Kong journalists stage a silent march from Admiralty to the police headquarters in Wan Chai on July 14 against the police’s treatment of frontline reporters during the recent anti-extradition bill protests. Photo: Edmond SoThousands of Hong Kong journalists stage a silent march from Admiralty to the police headquarters in Wan Chai on July 14 against the police’s treatment of frontline reporters during the recent anti-extradition bill protests. Photo: Edmond So
Thousands of Hong Kong journalists stage a silent march from Admiralty to the police headquarters in Wan Chai on July 14 against the police’s treatment of frontline reporters during the recent anti-extradition bill protests. Photo: Edmond So

Letters | Amid Hong Kong protests, five steps Carrie Lam should take to protect press freedom

  • The attacks on journalists covering the extradition bill protests, culminating in the violence against the press at Yuen Long station, are cause for alarm
  • The government should withdraw the extradition bill, deal seriously with those who threaten journalists and remain transparent in engaging with the media

Topic |   Carrie Lam
Thousands of Hong Kong journalists stage a silent march from Admiralty to the police headquarters in Wan Chai on July 14 against the police’s treatment of frontline reporters during the recent anti-extradition bill protests. Photo: Edmond SoThousands of Hong Kong journalists stage a silent march from Admiralty to the police headquarters in Wan Chai on July 14 against the police’s treatment of frontline reporters during the recent anti-extradition bill protests. Photo: Edmond So
Thousands of Hong Kong journalists stage a silent march from Admiralty to the police headquarters in Wan Chai on July 14 against the police’s treatment of frontline reporters during the recent anti-extradition bill protests. Photo: Edmond So
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