"July 1" is approaching, so far no pro-democracy party plans to launch a petition campaign on the handover day.
The Tseung Kwan O People's Livelihood Concern Group and the Po Ying Garden Concern Group issued separate statements, saying that they were informed by law enforcement agencies that some people claimed that they would march to protest and commit illegal acts on July 1.
The Tseung Kwan O People's Livelihood Concern Group stated that the group abides by the laws of Hong Kong and will not conduct any parades, demonstrations, protests, petitions and other activities on and around July 1, and will not commit illegal acts. It calls on people in the district to stop slandering due to community disputes. Follow group.
Pro-democracy figures and organizations have been interviewed by national security one after another
The Po Ying Garden Concern Group pointed out that they are law-abiding Hong Kong people. If anyone commits illegal acts in Tseung Kwan O and Po Ying Garden, they have nothing to do with them, and they doubt whether the person concerned wants to eliminate the voice of small business owners by arranging the guilt.
The Tseung Kwan O People's Livelihood Concern Group is also a pro-democracy regional organization whose former members include Fan Guowei, a former member of the Legislative Council.
Social activists and organizations such as the People's Association, Zhao Enlai, a former member of the Standing Committee of the Stake, and Lei Yulian, a "female long-haired woman," were all interviewed by the State Security Department recently to find out whether there was any action on July 1.
The Social Democrats Lian later stated that after assessing the situation, there would be no demonstrations on July 1st.
The Hong Kong People's Research Institute reportedly postponed the release of the poll results on the 25th anniversary of the handover in response to the suggestion of "relevant government departments".
Fan Xu Litai, a former member of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, said this morning that she did not think the actions of the National Security Office would affect Hong Kong's freedom, pointing out that some political groups like to shout slogans and confront the police. spend.
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