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The Ex-Secretary for Security: No Problem to Deploy Riot Police and Tear Gas

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The Ex-Secretary for Security: No Problem to Deploy Riot Police and Tear Gas

Kelly Choi --095077 2011年11月1日 (二) 23:34 (UTC)

20 March, 2012

There is no problem for Hong Kong government to use riot police and tear gas against demonstrators in 2003, said the ex-Secretary for security of the Hong Kong Government, Peter Lai in a talk held by the Hong Kong Shue Yan University.

Last Friday, Henry Tang accused C.Y.Leung in a debate of suggesting in a "top-level meeting" (to +infinitive)deploying riot police and tear gas to handle protesters at the height of public opposition to Article 23 in 2003.


Lai said that the government has deployed riot police for many times in the past such as an insurrection raised by the taxi drivers in 1984. “Sometimes, riot police and tear gas are not effective to handle such a big protest like the World Trade Organization meeting in Hong Kong in 2005,” said Lai.


Lai said that it is acceptable to use riot police to suppressed outbreaks of violence; otherwise the society will become unstable.


However, the public is concerned about the police who use unjustifiable force to deprive them of the right as well as the freedom of demonstration.


Lai believed that the force used by the police is (on the balance of probabilities-can say left to chance, or hit or miss), meaning that it is difficult to say whether the police use it appropriately or not.


(Article 23-of?) requires Hong Kong to enact laws outlawing acts of treason, secession, sedition or subversion against the central government. It drew 500,000 (protestors (people-omit) to the streets (for protesting-omit)).

Good story, Title Suggestion: Not a problem to deploy, or no problem deploying


Correction

The Ex-Secretary for Security: Not a problem to deploy Riot Police and Tear Gas

Kelly Choi --095077 2011年11月1日 (二) 23:34 (UTC)

26 March, 2012

There is no problem for Hong Kong government to use riot police and tear gas against demonstrators in 2003, said the ex-Secretary for security of the Hong Kong Government, Peter Lai in a talk held by the Hong Kong Shue Yan University.

Last Friday, Henry Tang accused C.Y.Leung in a debate of suggesting in a "top-level meeting" to deploy riot police and tear gas to handle protesters at the height of public opposition to Article 23 in 2003.


Lai said that the government has deployed riot police for many times in the past such as an insurrection raised by the taxi drivers in 1984. “Sometimes, riot police and tear gas are not effective to handle such a big protest like the World Trade Organization meeting in Hong Kong in 2005,” said Lai.


Lai said that it is acceptable to use riot police to suppressed outbreaks of violence; otherwise the society will become unstable.


However, the public is concerned about the police who use unjustifiable force to deprive them of the right as well as the freedom of demonstration.


Lai believed that the force used by the police is left to chance, meaning that it is difficult to say whether the police use it appropriately or not.


Article 23 requires Hong Kong to enact laws outlawing acts of treason, secession, sedition or subversion against the central government. It drew 500,000 to the streets.
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