VIDEO: Hong Kong to push ahead with bill that sparked massive protest

Carrie Lam, Chief Executive of Hong Kong

The Leader of Hong Kong, Chief Executive Carrie Lam, has decided to push ahead with a bill that sparked the largest protest in Hong Kong in over a decade.

The new law will allow those charged in Hong Kong to be extradited to the mainland to face charges. Opponents of this bill say that this will subject individuals to vague national security charges and unfair trials.

 

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6 Comments

  1. 小帕
    June 10, 2019

    You are chinese. That’s the way it is. It’s one China. Not a divided China. So, extradition laws are quite fair. Look at the treaty between The USA and Canada. Persons in Canada can be extradited to the US , and they’re two different countries. Why can’t the same happen in the “same” country? It’s one China.

    • June 12, 2019

      One china policy…where is the mou…dominica is part of china…bcus fools with dimples in his as me no question…its not your dam business .whore to hell..well i selling passchurch and passport

  2. RastarMarn
    June 10, 2019

    Seriously!!!
    How is that information relevant to Poor ManDem Dat worry if the property previously occupied by Ross will help us generate some income to finish repay my massive loan???

    Why allyou wasting people time to read this news when we have more pressing issues that need some investigative reporting on,,,

    What about the Moroccan Hotel that been building since 19longTime!!!

  3. %
    June 10, 2019

    Had it been in Dominica, those semi illiterate buffoons who are armed with battlefield weapons would most likely use them on the protesters …
    Oh how I am yearning to have my boots on the ground in Dominica again!!

  4. Bwa-Banday
    June 10, 2019

    Sadly, Chief Executive Lam has no control over this issue. Her master in Beijing has already told her come hell or high water the bill SHALL be passed. Barring a Tiananmin style protest where the good people of Hong Kong are willing to die for what they believe the Chinese government will not relent. Sadly, that’s the way we are going in Dca where folks like Ag. Peter, Francine and Gerald Burton have no choice but to toe the line of the man who reports to Beijing the said Dr. Dr..

    Time will tel surely tell.

    • June 12, 2019

      One china policy…where is the mou…dominica is part of china…bcus fools with dimples in his as me no question…its not your dam business .whore to hell..well i selling passchurch and passport

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