Hong Kong police patrol a Hong Kong shopping mall during a protest on June 30, after the central government passed a national security law for the city. The law was implemented in Hong Kong by promulgation the same night. Photo: Reuters Hong Kong police patrol a Hong Kong shopping mall during a protest on June 30, after the central government passed a national security law for the city. The law was implemented in Hong Kong by promulgation the same night. Photo: Reuters
Hong Kong police patrol a Hong Kong shopping mall during a protest on June 30, after the central government passed a national security law for the city. The law was implemented in Hong Kong by promulgation the same night. Photo: Reuters

Letters | If only Hong Kong police and education leaders had done their jobs

  • The police commissioner sets a poor example when he condones his force’s behaviour and does not respect a judicial ruling. Meanwhile, the education secretary is too busy with politics to do his actual job

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Hong Kong police patrol a Hong Kong shopping mall during a protest on June 30, after the central government passed a national security law for the city. The law was implemented in Hong Kong by promulgation the same night. Photo: Reuters Hong Kong police patrol a Hong Kong shopping mall during a protest on June 30, after the central government passed a national security law for the city. The law was implemented in Hong Kong by promulgation the same night. Photo: Reuters
Hong Kong police patrol a Hong Kong shopping mall during a protest on June 30, after the central government passed a national security law for the city. The law was implemented in Hong Kong by promulgation the same night. Photo: Reuters
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