Written by: Zhang Jiamin, Zheng Cuibi, Golden Chess, Hu Jiaxin, Kuang Xiaobin, Chen Shuxia, Kong Fanxu, Lao Minyi, Zhai Ruimin, Zheng Qiuling, Yuan Shu, Chen Jingqi, Liang Huanmin, Chen Qianting, Li Enci, Mai Kaiyin, Huang Weilun, Deng Yinglin, Deng Jiaqi, Ouyang Dehao
2020-07-01 12:55Last update date: 2020-07-01 13:31
The Minato City National Security Law came into force last night (June 30), ushering in the 23rd anniversary of Hong Kong’s return today (July 1). The Democratic Front was originally scheduled to start the parade this afternoon, but the police issued a notice of opposition to the procession and a notice of prohibition of assembly. It was also dismissed after the appeal. Although the Democratic Front stated that it was unable to initiate the march, many people on the Internet called for a march at Victoria Park at 3 pm today.
[13:24] Labor Party's Li Zhuoren and the police at the street station theory, the police tried to drop Li Zhuoren from the platform, the scene was chaotic, the police repeatedly applied pepper spray, and many reporters "Zhongjiao". Li Zhuoren pointed out that he fell when being torn down by the police.
[13:16] The Sogo Department Store came out, and the police issued a "Purple Flag", referring to the presence of people who violated the "Minato City National Security Law" and held it for more than 10 seconds before raising the blue flag. Police officers holding up the purple flag need to record the flag-lifting position afterwards.
[13:10] The police ordered Lin Zhuoting to clean up the street station, otherwise he would control the office. Lin Xiang said that there are more than ten Democratic Party Street Stations, "can be completed before reopening," and emphasized that the Street Station has been approved by the Lands Department.
The police asked everyone to leave George Street. Located on Denglong Street, there were about a dozen riots intercepting a man at the scene. The man showed many red flags from the bag.
[13:05] The police pulled the blockades on both sides of Dongjiao Road Pedestrian Road. Among them, the Democratic Party Street Station in front of the blockade, Lin Zhuoting shouted that it was "legitimate fund-raising" and obtained a legal approval from the Hong Kong government. Police pulled off blockades on both sides of East Point Road footpath to disperse the public. The police warned Lin Zhuoting that he should close the street station. He said that for the sake of public safety, the area where the street station is located should be blocked. "If you talk about it, you will be fine. It will take you a minute."
[12:55] The riot police raised a blue flag near SOGO, East Point Road, Causeway Bay. There was a lot of emotion at the scene. Some people shouted, "Don't you bother walking on the street?" At the scene, pepper spray was once applied.
Yin Zhaojian, the Democratic Party, was subdued to the ground, buckled with his backhand, and then taken away.
[12:45] The Democratic Party set up street stations in multiple districts.
[12:43] At 2 pm today, Chief Executive Lin Zhengyue, together with the Secretary of Justice Zheng Ruohua and the Director of the Security Bureau Li Jiachao, held a press conference at the government headquarters.
[12:40] People near the Democratic Party Street Station were intercepted near Jardine's Place. Earlier, someone called the "July 1 SOGO Sale" and called on others to take to the streets. Today at noon, SOGO Department Store in Causeway Bay will continue to operate as usual. Hysan Place is open as usual, with multiple security guards in the atrium and holding up a notice that no more than 50 people can gather. The IT branch that was destroyed during the parade at the end of May is still operating as usual today, with the original glass enclosed by cardboard.
A number of political parties placed street stations along East Point Road, and some people raised the American flag, with at least more than 30 riot police stationed.
There were no large crowds at the entrance and exit of Victoria Park at Tin Hau Station, but only one stop at Guoan Fa Street Station. There was a police car alert outside the exit of Tin Hau at Victoria Park.
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