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Mobilizing Police Tactical Unit is common

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The public opposed suppressing marchers by Police Tactical Unit. However, Peter Lai Hing Ling, Honorary Professor of Department of Politics and Public Administration of University of Hong Kong, stated that calling out Police Tactical Unit is a usual procedure.(good opening)


There were 500,000 marchers joining the Hong Kong 1 July protest in 2003, which was the largest protest by opposing the legislation of Basic Law Article 23. Recently, it is revealed that government officials considered calling out Police Tactical Unit in order to forearm the marchers rioting in the streets. (Some criticized (T-no need)he Government represses liberty of speech. (criticize someone for something-missing prepositions))


On the contrary, Peter Lai Hing Ling, Honorary Professor of Department of Politics and Public Administration of University of Hong Kong, revealed that law enforcement officers have the right to call out Police Tactical Unit at need without the permission of Executive Council or The Security Bureau.


“Large amount of polices must be mobilized to maintain the order of the protest. The Police Tactical Unit is a paramilitary riot control unit of the Hong Kong Police Force. It is common (for calling-use infinitive) them out (in the-during a) protest,” said Peter Lai.


He advised the public do not blindly oppose dispersing the demonstrators by using force. He mentioned that the Secretary for Security mobilized Police Tactical Unit to control riots in 80s.


The 1 July protest in 2003 (was finished in peaceful demonstrations at final-choose one finish/final). The introduction of Article 23 legislation was temporarily shelved because of the protest. Since then, the 1 July marches have been held every year as a channel to demand for democracy, universal suffrage, rights of minorities, protection of freedom of speech and a variety of other political concerns.


Very good work, this article was well written, just a few glitches here and there. Keep it up! --095076 2012年3月20日 (二) 22:59 (UTC)


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The public opposed suppressing marchers by Police Tactical Unit. However, Peter Lai Hing Ling, Honorary Professor of Department of Politics and Public Administration of University of Hong Kong, stated that calling out Police Tactical Unit is a usual procedure.


There were 500,000 marchers joining the Hong Kong 1 July protest in 2003, which was the largest protest by opposing the legislation of Basic Law Article 23. Recently, it is revealed that government officials considered calling out Police Tactical Unit in order to forearm the marchers rioting in the streets. Some criticized the Hong Kong Government for repressing liberty of speech.


On the contrary, Peter Lai Hing Ling, Honorary Professor of Department of Politics and Public Administration of University of Hong Kong, revealed that law enforcement officers have the right to call out Police Tactical Unit at need without the permission of Executive Council or The Security Bureau.


“Large amount of polices must be mobilized to maintain the order of the protest. The Police Tactical Unit is a paramilitary riot control unit of the Hong Kong Police Force. It is common to call them out during a protest,” said Peter Lai.


He advised the public do not blindly oppose dispersing the demonstrators by using force. He mentioned that the Secretary for Security mobilized Police Tactical Unit to control riots in 80s.


The 1 July protest in 2003 was ended in peaceful demonstrations. The introduction of Article 23 legislation was temporarily shelved because of the protest. Since then, the 1 July marches have been held every year as a channel to demand for democracy, universal suffrage, rights of minorities, protection of freedom of speech and a variety of other political concerns.
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