From today, civil servants and visitors to the government offices can be dropped off at or walk through the forecourt known as ‘Civic Square’. Photo: Edward Wong From today, civil servants and visitors to the government offices can be dropped off at or walk through the forecourt known as ‘Civic Square’. Photo: Edward Wong
From today, civil servants and visitors to the government offices can be dropped off at or walk through the forecourt known as ‘Civic Square’. Photo: Edward Wong

Hong Kong’s No 2 official defends decision to limit access to ‘Civic Square’ where protests are allowed only on specific days

Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung cites need to keep order, but 10 opposition party members later stage protest at site outside government headquarters

Topic |   Occupy Central
From today, civil servants and visitors to the government offices can be dropped off at or walk through the forecourt known as ‘Civic Square’. Photo: Edward Wong From today, civil servants and visitors to the government offices can be dropped off at or walk through the forecourt known as ‘Civic Square’. Photo: Edward Wong
From today, civil servants and visitors to the government offices can be dropped off at or walk through the forecourt known as ‘Civic Square’. Photo: Edward Wong
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