Protesters lock the doors of the police headquarters in Wan Chai. Photo: Felix Wong Protesters lock the doors of the police headquarters in Wan Chai. Photo: Felix Wong
Protesters lock the doors of the police headquarters in Wan Chai. Photo: Felix Wong
SCMP Editorial
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Editorial by SCMP Editorial

Protesters risk losing public support if wildcat actions drag on

  • It is fortunate that the 15-hour siege outside police headquarters did not end in clashes and chaos, and as two massive marches have shown, the key to a successful protest is to stay peaceful and lawful

Protesters lock the doors of the police headquarters in Wan Chai. Photo: Felix Wong Protesters lock the doors of the police headquarters in Wan Chai. Photo: Felix Wong
Protesters lock the doors of the police headquarters in Wan Chai. Photo: Felix Wong
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