The cops and the protesters in hong Kong were Sunday, tear gas grenades, and benzinebommen with each other and, after a banned march against the government, tens of thousands of participants, out of hand, and was gone. Hundreds of shops were destroyed.
After two weeks of relative calm, it showed that the large-scale protest rally on the protest movement – that democracy requires – is not yet out for the count.
The protesters threw benzinebommen to a police station on the Kowloon peninsula, after the officers in the agency we had used in an attempt to bring the demonstrators to disperse.
Other protesters threw barriers up in a prominent shopping area in the same part of the city. The police used water cannons to keep them with a blue dye to the spray. This should make it easier to get the hooded protesters, later to be identified.
Along the route of the march, hundreds of shops destroyed and looted. Several Chinese banks were also a target.
Hong kong, have been buffeted by massive and violent protests. Hongkongers take to the streets because of the fear of the Chinese government in Beijing and its grip on the former British crown colony are trying to market.
As a member of the riot police, fires and a traangasgranaat down on the protesters in hong Kong. (Photo: Reuters)
The protesters fear the influence of Beijing
The current wave of protests is in the deepest political and economic crisis in hong Kong since the British territories in 1997, the overdroegen in China.
The demonstrations began as a protest against a law prohibiting the extradition of suspects and defendants in China are easier to make. The law was given by topbestuurder Carrie Lam, eventually, ‘will be dead’, but the protesters did not go far enough. The protests had already evolved into a broader protest movement for democracy and human rights.
Hong kong is governed by a formula known as “one country, two systems”. Therefore, has the freedoms that don’t apply in China, such as an independent judiciary. In 2047, should hong Kong be an integral part of China.
The protests in hong Kong, arising again and again in tens of thousands of protesters on the streets
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