Hundreds of Protesters Arrested in Hong Kong as New Security Law Goes into Effect

 

HAVANA TIMES – In Hong Kong, Chief Executive Carrie Lam marked the 23rd anniversary of the formal handover of the former British colony to China with a flag-raising ceremony.

Meanwhile, officials banned an annual pro-democracy march for the first time, arresting at least 200 unauthorized protesters under a controversial new security law giving China sweeping powers over Hong Kong.

One thought on “Hundreds of Protesters Arrested in Hong Kong as New Security Law Goes into Effect

  • The inexorable grip of communist dictatorship. The commitments made in 1997 are inevitably ignored, freedom of expression is unacceptable. The theory of two systems has ended, repression rules.

    When will the willfully blind accept that the purpose of communism is to create a malleable mass eradicating individuality? Although vocal in their support for the 19th century concept to be imposed on others, they do not seek it for themselves.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *