Illustration: Craig StephensIllustration: Craig Stephens
Illustration: Craig Stephens
Daniel Pascoe
Opinion

Opinion

Daniel Pascoe and Noam Zamir

An amnesty and pardon scheme, properly framed, must be part of a political solution to end Hong Kong’s protest crisis

  • Far from legitimising violence or undermining the rule of law, the judicious use of an amnesty and pardons, as part of a wider political solution, can be a peace-building measure, halting violence and creating space for dialogue

Illustration: Craig StephensIllustration: Craig Stephens
Illustration: Craig Stephens
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