More than 80 alumnae of Diocesan Girls’ School stage a silent demonstration outside the prestigious secondary school on the morning of September 3 to call for more freedom of expression on campus and to show support to students on strike across Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Six steps Hong Kong must take to end the protest crisis in the spirit of reconciliation

  • The prosecution of protesters will not only be expensive and time-consuming, but deepen resentment
  • Instead, the government should pursue amnesty for protesters and police, after which the chief executive must offer her resignation
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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More than 80 alumnae of Diocesan Girls’ School stage a silent demonstration outside the prestigious secondary school on the morning of September 3 to call for more freedom of expression on campus and to show support to students on strike across Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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