民陣遊行又被禁 「自由行」逼爆港島 Hong Kong Island Flooded with Protesters as March Banned Again
民陣港島舉辦遊行被警方反對，上訴亦被駁回。不過市民拒絕妥協，同樣上街表態。銅鑼灣滿街人潮，延綿至灣仔、金鐘及中環，人群再次逼爆香港島。… Continue reading
Hong Kong Island Flooded with Protesters as March Banned Again
The Civil Human Rights Front’s application for a march on Hong Kong Island was opposed by the police and the appeal was dismissed. However, in the recent rallies that was banned by the police, the public refused to compromise and took to the streets anyway.
According to Chan Ka-hang, the government attorney of the Department of Justice representing the police, if the march on 15 September again has 2 million people participating, the police may not be able to maintain order. The police finally admitted that the number of protesters on 16 June was 2 million.
Yesterday, pro-government people went to various districts to demolish the Lennon walls and attacked citizens. The police selectively enforced the law and arrested only young people. It agitated public opinion and emotion. Netizens called on Hong Kong people to come out more against the dark forces.
Starting at 2:30 pm, the streets near Sogo Department Store at East Point Road in Causeway Bay, were flooded with crowds and overflowed to Wan Chai, Admiralty and Central. Streets of Hong Kong Island is jam-packed with protesters once again, chanting “5 demands, not one less” and “Hong Kong people, Add oil! (Bravo)”