Hong Kong citizens launch a rally to support police enforcement

2019-07-01 09:25:18 冠淇科技

A large number of people from Hong Kong participated in the rally "Supporting the Police Force, Protecting the Rule of Law and Security Ning" at the Tamar Park in Admiralty on the afternoon of the 30th to support police enforcement. The conference announced that 165,000 people participated in the rally.

The rally began before 3 pm, and despite the heavy rains, the participants were enthusiastic. Many groups and individuals came from all over Hong Kong. They held the slogan supporting the police and shouted the slogan "Supporting the police, protecting the rule of law, security and security", expressing their support for the Hong Kong police and criticizing the demonstrators who had surrounded the police headquarters earlier. It is required to bring the violent attackers to justice.

Tan Huizhu, deputy director of the Hong Kong Basic Law Committee of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, Tan Jinqiu, member of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, Deng Jingcheng, former director of the police department of the SAR Government, Ren Darong, former deputy director of the police department, and representatives from the youth, parents, taxi industry, etc. .

When speaking, Tan Huizhu said that the Hong Kong police are dedicated to maintaining order and law and order. We cannot let some people take the opportunity to attack the rule of law and affect Hong Kong's stability and prosperity.

Deng Jingcheng said that it was very heartbreaking for the police headquarters to be surrounded in the past few days. He stressed that the Hong Kong police have made a lot of efforts to maintain Hong Kong's security and made Hong Kong one of the safest cities in the world. He led everyone to shout slogans and thanked the police. He also said that today's assembly is peaceful and restrained. This is what every Hong Kong citizen should do.

Lu Chongmao, director of the Liver Transplantation Center at Mary Hospital, who participated in the rally, hopes to uphold the rule of law in Hong Kong He said that the extreme actions of some demonstrators undermined the rule of law and freedom in Hong Kong, and even the harmony was undermined. I hope the public can reflect on it.

A spontaneously present citizen said that he did not ask politics in the past. This is the first time he attended the rally. He believes that some demonstrators have begun to block the road and have crossed the line. The police protect the public and maintain order, so they must support the police.