Police arrest anti-government protesters at Polytechnic University on November 18, 2019. Given the young age of those arrested, is it timely and worthy to consider an amnesty for movement-related prisoners not guilty of violent crime? Photo: Getty Images
Police arrest anti-government protesters at Polytechnic University on November 18, 2019. Given the young age of those arrested, is it timely and worthy to consider an amnesty for movement-related prisoners not guilty of violent crime? Photo: Getty Images

Letters | Amnesty for arrested young protesters will be a worthy Christmas gift for Hong Kong

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Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Police arrest anti-government protesters at Polytechnic University on November 18, 2019. Given the young age of those arrested, is it timely and worthy to consider an amnesty for movement-related prisoners not guilty of violent crime? Photo: Getty Images
Police arrest anti-government protesters at Polytechnic University on November 18, 2019. Given the young age of those arrested, is it timely and worthy to consider an amnesty for movement-related prisoners not guilty of violent crime? Photo: Getty Images
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