Pro-democracy protesters take part in a lunchtime rally in Hong Kong on January 6, a day after police arrested nearly 50 people at a march against mainland Chinese shoppers and parallel traders. Photo: EPA-EFE

Letters | Hong Kong police must regain public trust for city to start healing

  • If officers are not held to account for their violent arrests of protesters, Hongkongers will find it difficult to regain their trust in the force. To move forward, the city needs a renewed social contract between the government and citizens
Topic |   Hong Kong police
Pro-democracy protesters take part in a lunchtime rally in Hong Kong on January 6, a day after police arrested nearly 50 people at a march against mainland Chinese shoppers and parallel traders. Photo: EPA-EFE
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