Civil Human Rights Front leaders call for the release of ‘political prisoners’ outside Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre on New Year’s Day. Photo: Felix Wong Civil Human Rights Front leaders call for the release of ‘political prisoners’ outside Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre on New Year’s Day. Photo: Felix Wong
Civil Human Rights Front leaders call for the release of ‘political prisoners’ outside Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre on New Year’s Day. Photo: Felix Wong

With march cancelled, Hong Kong’s Civil Human Rights Front calls for release of ‘political prisoners’ from atop van on New Year’s Day

  • Key figures from the group behind some of 2019’s largest extradition bill protests deliver message via loudspeaker outside prison
  • ‘We can’t visit you now, but we hope you hear our voice,’ activist Lee Cheuk-yan calls out across the road from Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Civil Human Rights Front leaders call for the release of ‘political prisoners’ outside Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre on New Year’s Day. Photo: Felix Wong Civil Human Rights Front leaders call for the release of ‘political prisoners’ outside Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre on New Year’s Day. Photo: Felix Wong
Civil Human Rights Front leaders call for the release of ‘political prisoners’ outside Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre on New Year’s Day. Photo: Felix Wong
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