Protesters call on Carrie Lam to withdraw the extradition bill and step down during a huge rally on June 16. Photo: Robert Ng

Hong Kong’s largest pro-establishment party ‘would not oppose’ city leader Carrie Lam announcing full withdrawal of extradition bill to heal rifts in society

  • But DAB chairwoman Starry Lee also warns demands for an inquiry into police use of force in June 12 protests will only further dampen officers’ morale
  • Student unions issue joint statement to reiterate protests will continue until government meets their demands
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition law

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Protesters call on Carrie Lam to withdraw the extradition bill and step down during a huge rally on June 16. Photo: Robert Ng
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A protester outside the police headquarters on Friday. Photo: Dickson Lee

Police chief defends restrained approach to Hong Kong anti-extradition protesters’ siege of HQ

  • Officers had to stand silently as protesters threw eggs at their Wan Chai headquarters and vandalised the building’s walls
  • Stephen Lo says decision not to crack down was ‘made with public interest and officers’ well-being in mind’
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition law

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A protester outside the police headquarters on Friday. Photo: Dickson Lee
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