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[Fugitives Regulations] Violence Reappears After District Election Lin Zheng: Spill Cold Water on Opportunities for Economic Recovery

2019-12-03T03:53:18.549Z

In the first weekend after the district council elections, police and civilian clashes continued during the demonstrations in various districts, and the social atmosphere remained tense. Chief Executive Lin Zheng Yue'e said this morning (3rd) that he had hoped that the peace before and after the district council elections could continue, but unfortunately there were still violent scenes such as road jams and arson last weekend, which would have hoped to restore the economy. cold water". Regarding when the Secretary of Justice Zheng Ruohuan resumed work, Lin Zheng said that the other party was still on sick leave and did not want to talk more about his privacy.



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Written by: Weixin Li

2019-12-03 11:20

Last updated: 2019-12-03 11:41

In the first weekend after the district council elections, police and civilian clashes continued during the demonstrations in various districts, and the social atmosphere remained tense. Chief Executive Lin Zheng Yue'e said this morning (3rd) that he had hoped that the peace before and after the district council elections could continue, but unfortunately there were still violent scenes such as road jams and arson last weekend, which would have hoped to restore the economy. cold water".

Regarding when the Secretary of Justice Zheng Ruohuan resumed work, Lin Zheng said that the other party was still on sick leave and did not want to talk more about his privacy.

Lin Zhengyue pointed out that the scene of violence poured cold water on the economic recovery. (Photo by Zhang Haowei)

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On the first Sunday after the District Council elections, three protests on Hong Kong Island and Kowloon were issued notices of no objection from the police. However, fierce police and civilian clashes continued in the processions in Kowloon. Lin Zheng Yue'e was asked about this before attending the guild. She said that she had hoped that the peaceful environment before and after the district election would continue, not just for the smooth running of the district election, but in the past weekend, there were still violent incidents, including blockades. Roads, arson, and petrol bombs, even though police have exercised restraint, still inevitably require tear gas to disperse.

She believes that the scene of violence has reappeared, and the economic opportunity that was expected to recover has "spilled cold water." Lin Zheng hopes that the scene of violence will stop as soon as possible. Regarding the "five major demands" made by the people, she said that she has answered many times, and there is no new supplement at present.

As for why an independent investigation committee was not set up to thoroughly investigate the anti-revision case, she said that the government is preparing to set up an "independent review committee" to invite social leaders, experts and scholars to analyze and provide suggestions on the deep-seated issues of recent social events, not only It is a review of social phenomena, but the underlying problems. She also said that the IPCC has launched an investigation for nearly five months and believes that it is the most appropriate way for the IPCC to complete the investigation report.

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The Secretary for Justice, Zheng Ruohuan, did not return to work half a month after being injured in a fall in London last month. Lin Zheng said that Zheng Ruohuan is still on sick leave. He has not responded to whether Zheng has returned to Hong Kong or revealed her privacy.

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Source: hk1

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