Radical protesters vandalise an HSBC branch in Wan Chai, during a march on January 1. Photo: Dickson Lee Radical protesters vandalise an HSBC branch in Wan Chai, during a march on January 1. Photo: Dickson Lee
Radical protesters vandalise an HSBC branch in Wan Chai, during a march on January 1. Photo: Dickson Lee

Letters | Hong Kong police are duty-bound to restore public order: violent protests cannot be about democracy

  • The freedoms of assembly and procession are firmly protected by the Basic Law, but they must be exercised peacefully and lawfully
  • Hong Kong has been thoroughly investigating complaints against police conduct. Other countries should not meddle with Hong Kong’s internal affairs

Topic |   Hong Kong police
Radical protesters vandalise an HSBC branch in Wan Chai, during a march on January 1. Photo: Dickson Lee Radical protesters vandalise an HSBC branch in Wan Chai, during a march on January 1. Photo: Dickson Lee
Radical protesters vandalise an HSBC branch in Wan Chai, during a march on January 1. Photo: Dickson Lee
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