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800,000 say ‘yes’ to rendition bill By Li Bingcun in Hong Kong Monday, June 10, 2019, 11:47 By Li Bingcun in Hong Kong Twenty-six fishing boats co-initiated by the Hong Kong Fishermen Consortium sail through Victoria Harbour on Sunday, pledging the fishery sector’s support for the extradition bill. Despite the blazing heat, representatives of various organizations in Hong Kong rose to the occasion on Sunday, staging various public activities across the city in support of the government’s plans to amend the SAR’s extradition laws. On Sunday afternoon, two fleets of fishing boats sailed through Victoria Harbour in a two-hour sea parade organized by the Hong Kong Fishermen Consortium, displaying banners with slogans in support of the bill. Members of the public gather in front of Hong Kong Police Headquarters in Wan Chai to condemn the two petrol bomb attacks on a police vehicle and a police station on Friday.
Members of the public display boards and banners in support of the police in front of Hong Kong Police Headquaters, while expressing outrage at the petrol bomb attacks on the police on Friday.
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