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Former Security for Security: It is common to dispatch riot police

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HONG KONG – 20 March - Chief Executive Candidate, Leung Chun-ying, has been (doubted-use suspected) of suggesting using riot police and tear gas in the anti-23 protest at high official meeting in 2003. Former Secretary for Security, Peter Lai Hing-ling, said at a university assembly that it is common to have riot police in demonstrations.


“Dispatching riot police in demonstrations is a common practice in Hong Kong,” Peter Lai Hing-ling said, “You can also see riot police on the street. If there is a need (for them), they (appear to help-underlying meaning here is they seem to help, but don't really, use show up instead).”


He added that a government should have a certain degree of equipped police force and a special team to deal with the radical social movement in order to protect public safety.


“(art) Government should never eliminate the usage of violence; otherwise discipline cannot be implemented,” (Peter Lai (believed.-should appear at beginning of sentence, the sentence would flow better)


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HONG KONG – 20 March - Chief Executive Candidate, Leung Chun-ying, has been suspected of suggesting using riot police and tear gas in the anti-23 protest at high official meeting in 2003. Former Secretary for Security, Peter Lai Hing-ling, said at a university assembly that it is common to have riot police in demonstrations.


“Dispatching riot police in demonstrations is a common practice in Hong Kong,” Peter Lai Hing-ling said, “You can also see riot police on the street. If there is a need for them, they show up.”


He added that a government should have a certain degree of equipped police force and a special team to deal with the radical social movement in order to protect public safety.


Peter Lai believed that the Government should never eliminate the usage of violence; otherwise discipline cannot be implemented.

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