John Lee, secretary for security, officially withdrew the extradition bill on Wednesday. Photo: May TseJohn Lee, secretary for security, officially withdrew the extradition bill on Wednesday. Photo: May Tse
John Lee, secretary for security, officially withdrew the extradition bill on Wednesday. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong’s ‘dead’ extradition bill finally buried as government formally withdraws it

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Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill
John Lee, secretary for security, officially withdrew the extradition bill on Wednesday. Photo: May TseJohn Lee, secretary for security, officially withdrew the extradition bill on Wednesday. Photo: May Tse
John Lee, secretary for security, officially withdrew the extradition bill on Wednesday. Photo: May Tse
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