Pro-democracy lawmakers meet the press outside the Legislative Council in Tamar on July 2. Photo: Nora TamPro-democracy lawmakers meet the press outside the Legislative Council in Tamar on July 2. Photo: Nora Tam
Pro-democracy lawmakers meet the press outside the Legislative Council in Tamar on July 2. Photo: Nora Tam
Mike Rowse
Opinion

Opinion

Mike Rowse

Protests won’t end by themselves. Hong Kong’s pan-democrats can and must step up

  • Protests have already served their purpose, but have since gone too far and gone on for too long
  • Protesters don’t trust Beijing or the Hong Kong government. Only opposition politicians may have the credibility to convince them to stop

Pro-democracy lawmakers meet the press outside the Legislative Council in Tamar on July 2. Photo: Nora TamPro-democracy lawmakers meet the press outside the Legislative Council in Tamar on July 2. Photo: Nora Tam
Pro-democracy lawmakers meet the press outside the Legislative Council in Tamar on July 2. Photo: Nora Tam
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