A protester waves a US national flag and a Hong Kong colonial flag during a demonstration against Beijing preparing national security legislation for Hong Kong, in Causeway Bay on May 24. Photo: AP A protester waves a US national flag and a Hong Kong colonial flag during a demonstration against Beijing preparing national security legislation for Hong Kong, in Causeway Bay on May 24. Photo: AP
A protester waves a US national flag and a Hong Kong colonial flag during a demonstration against Beijing preparing national security legislation for Hong Kong, in Causeway Bay on May 24. Photo: AP

Letters | Hong Kong national security law: pro-democrats lost their chance, now city is paying the price

  • Neither the pro-democratic camp nor protesters waving the US flag have clearly spelled out the system they want
  • Beijing’s offer of electoral reform in 2014 was a decent compromise that was rejected out of hand

Topic |   Two Sessions 2020 (Lianghui)
A protester waves a US national flag and a Hong Kong colonial flag during a demonstration against Beijing preparing national security legislation for Hong Kong, in Causeway Bay on May 24. Photo: AP A protester waves a US national flag and a Hong Kong colonial flag during a demonstration against Beijing preparing national security legislation for Hong Kong, in Causeway Bay on May 24. Photo: AP
A protester waves a US national flag and a Hong Kong colonial flag during a demonstration against Beijing preparing national security legislation for Hong Kong, in Causeway Bay on May 24. Photo: AP
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