On the 14th in Hong Kong, more than 100 young people gathered near the legislative body, which is the parliament, and protested, but there was no great confusion.
In Hong Kong, police and youth who opposes revising the ordinance to hand over suspects to the mainland of China clashed on the 12th, resulting in more than 100 injuries.
On the 14th, hundreds and hundreds of young people gathered around the legislative body and appealed not to revise the ordinance while raising banners that appealed to nonviolence.
There was no greater confusion on the 14th, but around the legislature, the police continued blocking the nearby roads, and on the walls of the buildings and streets, it meant they would oppose the delivery of their identity to China. A slogan called “counter-delivery” and photos of the Tiananmen incident that occurred 30 years ago in Beijing are stuck here and there, and it has become a picturesque environment.
A 23-year-old girl said: “Policies should not add violence to those who protest peacefully, the government ignores our voice but we will never surrender.” It was
The democratic groups that oppose the revision are ready to protest on the 16th, and tensions continue around the legislature.