Riot police detain a demonstrator during a protest in Causeway Bay on June 12 this year. The Hong Kong government has consistently rejected calls for a commission of inquiry into policing of violent clashes. Photo: APRiot police detain a demonstrator during a protest in Causeway Bay on June 12 this year. The Hong Kong government has consistently rejected calls for a commission of inquiry into policing of violent clashes. Photo: AP
Riot police detain a demonstrator during a protest in Causeway Bay on June 12 this year. The Hong Kong government has consistently rejected calls for a commission of inquiry into policing of violent clashes. Photo: AP

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Riot police detain a demonstrator during a protest in Causeway Bay on June 12 this year. The Hong Kong government has consistently rejected calls for a commission of inquiry into policing of violent clashes. Photo: APRiot police detain a demonstrator during a protest in Causeway Bay on June 12 this year. The Hong Kong government has consistently rejected calls for a commission of inquiry into policing of violent clashes. Photo: AP
Riot police detain a demonstrator during a protest in Causeway Bay on June 12 this year. The Hong Kong government has consistently rejected calls for a commission of inquiry into policing of violent clashes. Photo: AP
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