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    Hong Kong Parliament postpones hearing of extradition law

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    Hong Kong Parliament postpones hearing of extradition law Empty Hong Kong Parliament postpones hearing of extradition law

    Post by Rocky Wed 12 Jun 2019, 3:40 am


    Hong Kong Parliament postpones hearing of extradition law

    08:56 - 12/06/2019



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    BAGHDAD - 
    Hong Kong's legislature has postponed a meeting to consider a proposed bill allowing the exchange of wanted people with China over thousands of protesters in front of parliament. 
    "In accordance with Rules of Procedure No. 14 (3), the President of the Legislative Assembly ordered the adjournment of the meeting, scheduled for Wednesday at 11.00 pm, to a later date," the Hong Kong government said in a statement. 
    Thousands of protesters in Hong Kong this morning stormed a major bypass of government offices and spread chaos in protest at a proposed bill allowing the exchange of wanted people with China's mainland. 
    Some protesters erected roadblocks blocking traffic in the heart of the city, while many challenged police demands for them to retract scenes reminiscent of the democratic protests that hit the city in late 2014.
    Opponents of the bill are concerned that possible changes would allow not only to send corrupt Chinese officials hiding in Hong Kong to court, but also activists who do not agree with official Beijing policies.



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