「天下制裁」流水式集會 逼爆遮打中環 “Global Sanctions” Rally Floods Chater – Exit Crowds Flows to Admiralty
今日「天下制裁」集會，促請政府立即進行民主政改，否則發動各國政府制裁。全球12個國家、22個城市亦舉行活動。集會以流水式進行，目測有數萬人參加，逼爆遮打花園及遮打道，無懼大批防暴警察在中環及金鐘布防。… Continue reading
As Hong Kong enters 2020, the government did not make any further concessions in the face of the strong “5 demands” of the civil society. Faced with the unauthorized departure of district officers from district council meetings, undercover police arresting young people for taking pictures in public places, the Independent Police Complaints Council delayed the submission of investigation report… the protests of Hong Kong people have not ebbed. The Civil Assembly Team organized a rally today to show public opinion to the international community, hoping that governments will implement sanctions against Hong Kong officials and police who persecute Hong Kong people.
The Civil Assembly Team was originally scheduled to launch a “Global Sanctions” march today, but the police objected and the appeal was rejected. Only the rally received a letter of no objection.
The theme of the rally was to urge the governments to implement democratic political reforms immediately or face sanctions from other countries. In addition to Hong Kong, 22 cities in 12 countries around the world also held events today, including the United States, Canada, Europe and Australia.
It was originally scheduled to start at Chater Garden at 3 pm, and a large number of citizens have gathered at 2 pm. The rally will be conducted in a flowing manner. The entire Chater Road will be the scope of the rally. Tens of thoysands flooded Chater Garden and Chater Road. When the venue is full, the organizer called on some people to exit to the east towards Admiralty to make room for new comers, undaunted by massive riot police deployed in Central and Admiralty.