Chief Executive of Hong Kong has confirmed that the government has approved the suspension of its controversial extradition bill to let extraditions to mainland China amid protests.
Ms. Carrie Lam admitted that the government didn’t provide adequate explanation about the bill. She said that our major aim involved reinstating law and order. Earlier mass march held in Hong Kong wherein marchers expressed worries over the increased influence of China.
Some critics consider that the implementation of the bill will destroy the city’s judicial independence. However, protesters have announced that they will remain on roads until the government will completely cancel the bill.
Other protesters expressed their views that they know the government is trying to divert their attention and will again try to re-implement the bill. Some others also announced to participate in Sunday protests. A student leader said that we don’t want to pause the law but wishes its full cancellation so we will attend Sunday’s march.
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