Hongkongers hold up candles at Victoria Park in Causeway Bay, at the June 4 vigil in 2018. Photo: Dickson Lee Hongkongers hold up candles at Victoria Park in Causeway Bay, at the June 4 vigil in 2018. Photo: Dickson Lee
Hongkongers hold up candles at Victoria Park in Causeway Bay, at the June 4 vigil in 2018. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong top official stops short of saying whether residents marking Tiananmen Square crackdown will breach national security law

  • Chris Tang cites ‘multidimensional’ approach to tackling such cases, after authorities quoted by June 4 vigil organiser as adopting new Beijing labelling
  • Former police commissioner also says ordinary residents who joined previous vigils should not fear as long as they have not endangered national security

Topic |   June 4 vigil in Hong Kong
Hongkongers hold up candles at Victoria Park in Causeway Bay, at the June 4 vigil in 2018. Photo: Dickson Lee Hongkongers hold up candles at Victoria Park in Causeway Bay, at the June 4 vigil in 2018. Photo: Dickson Lee
Hongkongers hold up candles at Victoria Park in Causeway Bay, at the June 4 vigil in 2018. Photo: Dickson Lee
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