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After government rejects talks, HK protesters regroup again

  • Author:Lisa
  • Source:www.tigloncn.com
  • Release on :2014-10-15
Occupy Central was shifting its priority from one big show that will lock down Central to a series of guerrilla-warfare type operations that will keep the flame of resistance alive now.

Thousands of protesters regrouped in central Hong Kong on Friday to push their demand for democracy, a day after the government called off talks with students amid a two-week stand-off that has shaken communist China’s capitalist hub.

The political crisis has seen tens of thousands take to the city streets to push for free elections and seek the resignation of Hong Kong leader CY Leung.

Scores arrived with tents, suggesting they were in for the long haul despite a call by police to remove obstacles that have blocked major roads in and out of the financial centre, causing traffic and commuter chaos with tailbacks stretching for miles.

Police said they would take action at an appropriate time, without specifying what that would be.

China has branded the protests illegal and on Friday criticised the US Congress for sending the “wrong message” to demonstrators, in a “deliberate attack” on China.

In an annual report to US Congress, the Congressional-Executive Commission on China said Washington should boost support for democracy and universal suffrage in Hong Kong.

Speaking in Berlin, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said: “Hong Kong’s affairs belong to the internal affairs of China and all other countries must respect each other’s sovereignty.”

He added there had been and would be no change in China’s policy on Hong Kong’s autonomy.

“I am sure the people of Hong Kong and the government of Hong Kong have the competency to ensure the wealth and stability of society,” he said.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she hoped protests would remain peaceful and “solutions can be found in a free exchange of opinion which will satisfy the people of Hong Kong”.


The protesters are well equipped to sit it out, with supply stations stocked with essentials. They also have makeshift showers and dozens of tents pitched where they can sleep.

While the largely young crowds sit it out, their democratic lawmaker allies are stepping up pressure on the city government.

Last Thursday, they threatened to veto some government funding applications, although none that affect people’s daily lives, as they step up their civil disobedience campaign and try to paralyse government operations.




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