Albert Ho (centre) among alliance members on stage at the 2019 event, the last time the annual vigil was allowed to proceed. Photo: Sam Tsang
Albert Ho (centre) among alliance members on stage at the 2019 event, the last time the annual vigil was allowed to proceed. Photo: Sam Tsang

National security law: with members behind bars or facing jail, Hong Kong June 4 vigil organisers weigh uncertain future

  • Annual event has been banned twice in a row on pandemic grounds, but leaders remain determined to commemorate Tiananmen, even in jail
  • Group members considering setting up booths to hand out candles citywide this year, while leaders still intend to head to Victoria Park

Albert Ho (centre) among alliance members on stage at the 2019 event, the last time the annual vigil was allowed to proceed. Photo: Sam Tsang
Albert Ho (centre) among alliance members on stage at the 2019 event, the last time the annual vigil was allowed to proceed. Photo: Sam Tsang
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