Protesters again stormed the Revenue Tower in Wan Chai and demanded that the extradition bill be withdrawn. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong government stays invisible to avoid more extradition bill chaos ahead of G20 summit

  • City’s leader Carrie Lam cancels weekly cabinet meeting to avoid rocking boat
  • Protesters again block main entrance at Revenue Tower but mostly succeed in annoying taxpayers and civil servants
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition law

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Protesters again stormed the Revenue Tower in Wan Chai and demanded that the extradition bill be withdrawn. Photo: Felix Wong
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Around 2 million protesters, according to organisers, took to the streets against the extradition bill on June 16. Photo: Robert Ng

Discussion of Hong Kong extradition bill will not be allowed at G20 summit in Osaka, Beijing says

  • Assistant minister of foreign affairs says China will not allow any meddling by other countries in its internal affairs
  • Hong Kong groups plan to use summit for protests locally and in Japan to put pressure on governments to meet their demands
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition law

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Around 2 million protesters, according to organisers, took to the streets against the extradition bill on June 16. Photo: Robert Ng
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