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35+ Primary Election︱ 47 people accused of conspiring to subvert state power Kuang Junyu Tu Jinshen and 8 others have not been prosecuted

2021-02-28T09:46:25.596Z

In January this year, the National Security Department of the police arrested more than 50 people who participated in the primary elections of the pro-democracy party last year. The relevant persons must report to the police station in advance today (28th), including the former associate professor of the Faculty of Law of the University of Hong Kong Dai Yiu Ting, and Tsuen Wan District Councillor Shun



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Written by: Ling Yide

2021-02-28 15:02

The last update date: 2021-02-28 17:42

In January this year, the National Security Department of the police arrested more than 50 people who participated in the pro-democracy primary elections last year. The relevant persons must report to the police station in advance today (28th), including the former associate professor of the Faculty of Law of the University of Hong Kong Dai Yiu Ting, the Tsuen Wan District Councillor Shun Aohui, and former legislator Ou Nuoxuan and others.

Police today charged 47 persons arrested in January this year, including 39 men and 8 women, aged between 23 and 64.

According to the news, Democratic Power Treasurer Guan Shangyi, former Legislative Council Members Tu Jinshen and Kwong Junyu, Liu Kaiwen, Yuan Weijie, Li Guolin, Li Zhirong who participated in the primary election of the health service sector and Andriy who participated in the Kowloon West primary election have not been prosecuted.

▼▼The registration status of 53 people who participated in the democratic primary election last year▼▼

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The police today (28th) afternoon will prosecute 47 persons arrested in January this year for "conspiracy to subvert state power", including 39 men and 8 women, aged between 23 and 64.

All the above persons will be detained overnight and will appear in West Kowloon Magistracy after 11 am tomorrow (March 1).

Among them, Lin Jingnan, the founder of Abu Thai Lifestyle Department Store, who has been prosecuted, was escorted by police officers in the emergency room of Prince of Wales Hospital in the afternoon waiting for treatment due to illness.

Lin Jingnan was unwell, waiting for treatment in the emergency department of Prince of Wales Hospital under police escort in the afternoon.

(Photo by Hong Kong 01 reporter)

According to the news, Democratic Power Treasurer Guan Shangyi, former Legislative Council Members Tu Jinshen and Kwong Junyu, Liu Kaiwen, Yuan Weijie, Li Guolin, Li Zhirong who participated in the primary election of the health service sector and Andriy who participated in the Kowloon West primary election have not been prosecuted.

Yuan Weijie appeals to his comrades to take care

Yuan Weijie, who participated in the primary election of the health service sector, was not prosecuted. He left Tianxin Police Station at 3 o'clock in the afternoon and reported to the police station again in May.

When asked if he was lucky not to be prosecuted, he said that "it is hard to say a word," and said to the rest of the accused comrades: "Take care, the sad days will pass."

Democratic Power Treasurer Guan Shangyi was released on bail until May 4 before reporting to the police station.

When Kwan Shangyi left the Tseung Kwan O Police Station, he said that he was very happy to "see the police" on a historical day on May 4. The "May 4th Movement" was a student movement in Chinese history that fought for freedom many years ago.

He believes that Hong Kong’s freedoms are becoming less and less, and the scope of rights is becoming narrower. "It is a great detention center." He emphasized that he supports those who have been prosecuted: "He has not committed any crimes and continues to support him."

Tu Jinshen said that the prosecution of the pro-democrats is unreasonable

Former Democratic Party member of the Legislative Council, Tu Jinshen, left the Central Police Station at about 3:30 in the afternoon, revealing that the bail period was extended to May 4.

He pointed out that the prosecution of the pro-democracy friends is "completely incomprehensible and unreasonable. There is no way to understand and use the same reason to explain clearly." But he reiterated that because he was on bail, the lawyer reminded him that it is not appropriate to explain and comment on the case.

Tu Xuhui pointed out that at present, Hong Kong people, those who are in politics or those who have withdrawn from politics, are in a difficult situation.

But he believes that it is necessary to express opinions as much as possible on important matters in society, such as budgets and national security funds.

He also pointed out that he would discuss with his colleagues to go to the West Kowloon Court tomorrow to cheer up those prosecuted.

(Photo by Lin Zhenhua)

Kwong Chunyu: Ask Hong Kong people to support democrats

Kwong Chun-yu, a former legislator of the Democratic Party, left the Tin Shui Wai Police Station at 4 pm and said that he spoke with a heavy heart, during which he kept crying.

Everyone in Hong Kong, when the democrats are at their worst, support every democrat.

He pointed again.

The indicted person will appear in court tomorrow, and he will also be there to support.

Kwong finally said: "Please, every Hong Kong person, support the Hong Kong democrats every day."

Li Zhirong, the former chairman of the Severely Mentally Handicapped Parents Association, said when he left the Tai Po Police Station that he thought he was lucky to be allowed to renew his insurance, but this kind of happiness was sad. He pointed out that if the government dealt with the demands of society early, it would not develop until now. At this point, Hong Kong is not happy now. "So unhappy, Hong Kong has experienced a great change, and this change is a great price for Hong Kong. Everyone must take care, and everyone must believe that Hong Kong has a future. generous."

For this case, he did not anticipate any development. Because he is not a long-term political person, and there is no similar case in the past, he does not expect to be allowed to continue bail today.

Regarding the charges against 47 people this time, he believes that "Hong Kong people will have their own judgments, and then look at the history." He told the accused to take care and said that Hong Kong people still care about them.

He continued to point out that he preferred not to participate in the election of the new Legislative Council. Apart from this incident, he also failed to sort out his personal status and continue to be his own parliamentary line.

Li Guolin replied to "Hong Kong 01" saying that he had reported to the Tsuen Wan Police Station today and will report again at 3 pm on May 4.

Liu Kaiwen also has to report again on May 4. He said on Facebook that he is still very heavy and he sent a message, "Comrades-in-arms, stand up."

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