More than 10,000 people were arrested in the "anti-revision incident", and more than 7,000 people have not been charged so far.
Legislative Councilor Cheung Yan-yu quoted the Secretary for Security, Tang Bingqiang, as saying that about 6,000 of those arrested will complete the investigation and it is expected that a decision will be made "within weeks" on whether they will be prosecuted.
Zhang Xinyu expressed his welcome, thinking that the arrestees can "have a spectrum".
The Secretary for Security, Deng Bingqiang, attended an exchange in the front hall of the Legislative Council today (14th). Hong Kong New Direction Zhang Xinyu revealed to "Hong Kong 01" that Deng said that there are still more than 7,000 arrestees who have not been prosecuted, and 1,000 of them are involved in the "PolyU conflict". , Tang Bingqiang described it as "more complicated", so it takes more time to investigate, and the remaining 6,000 arrested persons will decide whether to prosecute within a few weeks.
The Police Force responded to the inquiry of "Hong Kong 01" last month. As of October 31 this year, among the 10,279 arrested persons, 2,915 persons have been or are undergoing judicial proceedings, accounting for 28.4% of the total number of persons arrested.
Among them, 1,705 people have to bear the legal consequences, including 1,391 people were convicted, 304 people were required to sign conservative acts; another 57 people were dropped charges, 382 people were acquitted after trial, and the judicial process of the remaining 746 people is still in progress, and Twenty-five people were released after being cautioned by the superintendent.
The arrested persons, aged between 11 and 87, were suspected of participating in riots, unlawful assembly, wounding, assault causing bodily harm, ordinary assault, arson, criminal damage, assaulting the police, obstructing police officers from performing their duties, possession of offensive weapons, etc. offense.