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Friday, 6 September 2019

China's appeal ineffective in HongKong, protesters threaten China by this big move

China's appeal ineffective in HongKong, protesters threaten China by this big move

There may be more performances in Hong Kong later this week. The protesters have announced to disrupt the link road leading to the airport. If this happens, it will affect air travel. Following this threat, the airport authority, through an advertisement in the South China Morning Post newspaper, urged the protesters not to disrupt the journey.

The threat has been expressed by protesters after China announced the withdrawal of the controversial extradition bill. In this way, the protesters have rejected the appeal of China's representative Carrie Lam. Significantly, in a previously recorded television address on Wednesday, Lam stated that the extradition bill had been withdrawn. He said that it is one of the five demands of the protesters.

The governments of Hong Kong and China were hopeful that the announcement in Hong Kong would end after this announcement. People will get angry but that did not happen. Let the protesters plan to block traffic at the city's international airport on Saturday. Transport links were disrupted by about a thousand protesters. Let it be said that this is the bill against which the movement started in Hong Kong three months ago.

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