A poster spells out the mood as protesters rally in the arrivals hall of Hong Kong International Airport on August 9. The demonstrations were part of a three-day sit-in to call for the withdrawal of a suspended extradition bill and the introduction of universal suffrage, as well as to raise awareness among international visitors about alleged police brutality against protesters. Photo: EPA-EFE
Mike Rowse
Opinion

Opinion

Mike Rowse

Carrie Lam must address legitimate demands to end the Hong Kong protests in time for Chinese National Day

  • With the 70th birthday of the People’s Republic just weeks away, it is imperative that the Hong Kong government urgently address mainstream grievances
  • It should withdraw the extradition bill, order an independent inquiry and introduce electoral reform

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A poster spells out the mood as protesters rally in the arrivals hall of Hong Kong International Airport on August 9. The demonstrations were part of a three-day sit-in to call for the withdrawal of a suspended extradition bill and the introduction of universal suffrage, as well as to raise awareness among international visitors about alleged police brutality against protesters. Photo: EPA-EFE
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