Paper cranes, a symbol of peace, left in Tsuen Wan after protesters were cleared away by police on October 13. Photo: Handout

Time for Hong Kong protesters and police to cease fire and allow voters their right to choose

  • Sunday’s district council elections are crucial, not just as the only feasible avenue for political expression, but also effectively a public referendum on the make-up of Hong Kong’s future governance
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Paper cranes, a symbol of peace, left in Tsuen Wan after protesters were cleared away by police on October 13. Photo: Handout
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Protesters throw petrol bombs in response to tear gas fired by police, outside Polytechnic University in Hung Hom on November 17. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong protesters and police must both take a step back, or all is lost

  • If the violent confrontation continues, Hong Kong’s economy, freedoms and way of life will be irreparably damaged, and democracy will not be brought any nearer
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Protesters throw petrol bombs in response to tear gas fired by police, outside Polytechnic University in Hung Hom on November 17. Photo: Winson Wong
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