About 100 protesters blocked the ground-floor entrances of Revenue Tower in Wan Chai from noon on Monday as part of their non-cooperation campaign to force the Hong Kong government to agree to their four demands over the extradition bill. Photo: Sam Tsang

Extradition bill protesters blockade Hong Kong government buildings for second time in four days, preventing civil servants and taxpayers from entering

  • Demonstrators block ground-floor entrances at tax office from noon onwards, before moving to Immigration Tower next door and government headquarters
  • Action provokes mixed reactions, with some members of the public expressing support while others are disgruntled
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill

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About 100 protesters blocked the ground-floor entrances of Revenue Tower in Wan Chai from noon on Monday as part of their non-cooperation campaign to force the Hong Kong government to agree to their four demands over the extradition bill. Photo: Sam Tsang
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