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[11.23 Hong Kong and Kowloon Live] Parents and children marching to avoid using chemical weapons to protect children

2019-11-23T02:13:58.720Z

The conflicts caused by the anti-amendment disputes have not subsided. Last week, the "three strikes" were launched, which led to the blockade of many districts, the outbreak of intense police-civilian conflicts at the Chinese University and the Polytechnic University. Many people were concerned about the elections of the district boards tomorrow. Today (23rd), the campus of the Polytechnic University continued to have demonstrators and other people staying behind. On the other hand, parents and children marched together and asked not to use chemical weapons to avoid harming children; there were also groups to hold prayer meetings.



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Written by: Hu Jiaxin

2019-11-23 10:06

Last updated date: 2019-11-23 10:06

The conflicts caused by the anti-amendment disputes have not subsided. Last week, the "three strikes" were launched, which led to the blockade of many districts, the outbreak of intense police-civilian conflicts at the Chinese University and the Polytechnic University. Many people were concerned about the elections of the district boards tomorrow.

Today (23rd), the campus of the Polytechnic University continued to have demonstrators and other people staying behind. On the other hand, parents and children marched together and asked not to use chemical weapons to avoid harming children; there were also groups to hold prayer meetings.

From 11.23 onwards, the police will be attacked by police in the past six days.

[11.23 Traffic News] Hung Hom University closed trains at Shatin to Racecourse Station at two stations

[11.23. PolyU] suspected demonstrators lost firefighters in the canal once guarded

Anti-Amendment Demonstration Independent Investigation Commission, University of Science and Technology Police

Source: hk1

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