Calling 12 detained Hongkongers ‘democracy activists’ is an attempt to distract from their wanted status, Carrie Lam said on Tuesday. Photo: Winson Wong Calling 12 detained Hongkongers ‘democracy activists’ is an attempt to distract from their wanted status, Carrie Lam said on Tuesday. Photo: Winson Wong
Calling 12 detained Hongkongers ‘democracy activists’ is an attempt to distract from their wanted status, Carrie Lam said on Tuesday. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong protests: Carrie Lam says calling 12 detained in Shenzhen ‘democracy activists’ a bid to distract from wanted status

  • ‘Essence of the matter’ is that local police are seeking members of the group for alleged crimes tied to anti-government protests, city leader says at press briefing
  • Lam also says Hong Kong consistent in handling of cases despite open calls for return of five would-be asylum seekers detained by Taiwan last month

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Calling 12 detained Hongkongers ‘democracy activists’ is an attempt to distract from their wanted status, Carrie Lam said on Tuesday. Photo: Winson Wong Calling 12 detained Hongkongers ‘democracy activists’ is an attempt to distract from their wanted status, Carrie Lam said on Tuesday. Photo: Winson Wong
Calling 12 detained Hongkongers ‘democracy activists’ is an attempt to distract from their wanted status, Carrie Lam said on Tuesday. Photo: Winson Wong
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