Anti-government protesters gather for a New Year’s Day march organised by the Civil Human Rights Front. Photo: Nora Tam Anti-government protesters gather for a New Year’s Day march organised by the Civil Human Rights Front. Photo: Nora Tam
Anti-government protesters gather for a New Year’s Day march organised by the Civil Human Rights Front. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong protest group to disband, as pressure mounts amid police investigation into its activities

  • Civil Human Rights Front, which was founded in 2002, expected to announce its decision to fold on Friday
  • Move comes on heels of shock decision by Professional Teachers’ Union to disband just days after government hinted at law enforcement action

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Anti-government protesters gather for a New Year’s Day march organised by the Civil Human Rights Front. Photo: Nora Tam Anti-government protesters gather for a New Year’s Day march organised by the Civil Human Rights Front. Photo: Nora Tam
Anti-government protesters gather for a New Year’s Day march organised by the Civil Human Rights Front. Photo: Nora Tam
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