An anti-extradition protester writes posters bearing messages of love in Admiralty on June 14 in response to alleged police violence against demonstrators. Photo: Winson Wong

Five points people on all sides of the Hong Kong protest stalemate should agree on to restore calm

  • Everyone would need to agree that Hong Kong, while a part of China, has unique characteristics that must be preserved
  • Other ways forward would be to bury the extradition bill, introduce universal suffrage and account for misdeeds during the protests
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An anti-extradition protester writes posters bearing messages of love in Admiralty on June 14 in response to alleged police violence against demonstrators. Photo: Winson Wong
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Protesters fill Causeway Road on Sunday as they march from Victoria Park to Central. Photo: Edmond So

‘Now is the time to meet demands’: pro-democracy lawmakers and protesters warn Hong Kong’s embattled leaders

  • Police confirm Sunday’s mass protest was relatively calm with one official saying ‘if protesters don’t use violence, the police will not use force’
  • But protesters say government must capitalise on the new-found peace – now
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Protesters fill Causeway Road on Sunday as they march from Victoria Park to Central. Photo: Edmond So
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