Student Union leaders at a Hong Kong Federation of Students press conference on Friday. Photo: Winson Wong

Student leaders at eight Hong Kong universities tell Carrie Lam they will only meet her in public and if extradition bill protesters are exonerated

  • Leaders of student unions lay down two prerequisites for talks with government
  • Chief executive had invited student leaders from two universities to meeting via schools’ administrations, a move advisers call ‘bureaucratic’
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition law

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Student Union leaders at a Hong Kong Federation of Students press conference on Friday. Photo: Winson Wong
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Jacky So says a meeting will only be considered after the government addresses their demands. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong student leaders reject government’s offer of private meeting about extradition protests, calling it ‘too little, too late’

  • Student leaders say government invited them for meeting – but they turned it down as not enough sectors of society would be present
  • University student union leader says: ‘We don’t want it to be just a public relations stunt’
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition law

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Jacky So says a meeting will only be considered after the government addresses their demands. Photo: Winson Wong
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