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Former secretary for security: Use of riot police is common

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--095107 2012年3月20日 (二) 23:56 (UTC)


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The chief executive election TV debate was held last Friday. Candidate Henry Tang Ying-yen claimed that the other candidate Leung Chun-ying had suggested using riot police and tear gas to suppress protesters who opposed the enforcement of the national security legislation in a meeting of the Executive Council in 2003.

Peter Lai Hing-ling, former secretary for security, said that the public should not be panic about the riot police. “It is common to use riot police to maintain social stability. People should not treat riot police as devils,” said Lai in an assembly in Shue Yan University on Tuesday, March 20, 2012.


“They never needs the approval of the Executive Council for the use of riot police,” said Lai. He explained that usually the frontline police has the right to decide whether the riot police should be called upon to provide additional support. However, Lai believed that in most circumstances, the use of pepper sprays and tear gases are enough to keep the mob under control.


Lastly, as the public is concerned about this issue, Lai recommended that the government should formally establish clear guidelines about when the police should use different level of force to suppress the riots. Yet, he suggested that there should be a monitoring system to keep an eye on the police force.



The chief executive election TV debate was held last Friday. Candidate Henry Tang Ying-yen claimed that the other candidate Leung Chun-ying had suggested using riot police and tear gas to suppress protesters who opposed the enforcement of the national security legislation in a meeting of the Executive Council in 2003. (good opening)


Peter Lai Hing-ling, former secretary for security, said that the public should not be panic about (art) riot police. “It is common to use riot police to maintain social stability. People should not treat riot police as devils,” said Lai in an assembly in Shue Yan University on Tuesday, March 20, 2012.


“(It) never needs the approval of the Executive Council for the use of riot police,” said Lai. He explained that usually the frontline police has the right to decide whether(art) riot police should be called upon to provide additional support. However, Lai believed that in most circumstances, the use of pepper sprays and tear gases are enough to keep the mob under control.


Lastly, as the public is concerned about this issue, Lai recommended (x) the government (should) (to-omit) formally establish clear guidelines about when the police should use different level of force to suppress the riots. Yet, he suggested that there should be a monitoring system to keep an eye on the police force.

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