US senator Josh Hawley urges Hong Kong’s protesters to shun violence in their anti-government demonstrations. Photo: Nora Tam US senator Josh Hawley urges Hong Kong’s protesters to shun violence in their anti-government demonstrations. Photo: Nora Tam
US senator Josh Hawley urges Hong Kong’s protesters to shun violence in their anti-government demonstrations. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong protests

US senator Josh Hawley urges Hong Kong’s protesters to shun violence in their anti-government demonstrations

  • America’s youngest sitting senator says it is important for protesters to be non-violent to ensure they ‘do not mimic the behaviour of Beijing’
  • He finds the call for an independent probe into police’s role as ‘reasonable’, and vows to advocate for passage of the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
US senator Josh Hawley urges Hong Kong’s protesters to shun violence in their anti-government demonstrations. Photo: Nora Tam US senator Josh Hawley urges Hong Kong’s protesters to shun violence in their anti-government demonstrations. Photo: Nora Tam
US senator Josh Hawley urges Hong Kong’s protesters to shun violence in their anti-government demonstrations. Photo: Nora Tam
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