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China will send around 4,000 agents to Hong Kong on July 1 to mark the anti-government march

June 29, 2020

The Chinese police are planning to deploy 3,000 to 4,000 officers in Hong Kong on July 1 to hostile to the anti-government march, as a result of the pandemic and possible clashes, the government has decided to ban the ban on public health grounds.

Despite the March ban on the UK’s annual anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to China, activist groups have continued to request information from the RTHK station over the Internet.

The civil rights front had asked for permission to demonstrate from Victoria Park in Causeway Bay to the autonomous government headquarters in Admiraltazgo.

China will send around 4,000 agents to Hong Kong on July 1 to mark the anti-government marchChina will send around 4,000 agents to Hong Kong on July 1 to mark the anti-government march

However, the police informed the organizers in writing that the law currently prohibits any concentration of more than 50 people due to the risk of contracting the corona virus, and has pointed out that the protests increase the risk of contracting the corona virus.