🇬🇧

UK PM May says Hong Kong extradition must be in line with Sino-British declaration

Credit: Reuters- Published on June 12, 2019
British Prime Minister Theresa May said extradition rules in Hong Kong had to respect the rights and freedoms set out in the 1984 Sino-British Joint Declaration.
Advertisement

Credit: HuffPost UK STUDIO
Published on June 12, 2019 -  00:47
Hong Kong Extradition Bill Protests Turn Violent
Police in Hong Kong have used tear gas and rubber bullets against protesters as demonstrations against an extradition law turned violent. Despite the Legislative Council announcing that it would delay the second debate on the bill until further notice, protesters have vowed to continue their demonstrations until the bill is completely scrapped. The law would see suspected criminals in Hong Kong be sent to mainland China for trial.

You are here

Recent related videos from verified sources

Hong Kongers rally in London against Chinese extradition 01:11
Credit: Newsflare - Published on June 27, 2019 


Nike Stops Selling Products In China After Social Media Backlash 00:52
Credit: Wochit - Published on June 27, 2019 


Thousands Rally Ahead of G20 Meeting in Hong Kong 02:20
Credit: Rumble - Published on June 27, 2019 


Hong Kong police chase protesters through nightspot 01:21
Credit: Reuters - Politics - Published on June 27, 2019 


Demonstrators Pack Hong Kong's Edinburgh Place Ahead of G20 00:50
Credit: Rumble - Published on June 26, 2019 


UK says 1984 Hong Kong rights treaty with China is as valid as ever 00:35
Credit: Rumble - Published on June 26, 2019 


UK Says 1984 Hong Kong Rights Treaty With China Is As Valid As Ever 00:35
Credit: Wochit - Published on June 26, 2019 


'Do You Hear the People Sing?' Sung in English and Cantonese by Hong Kong Demonstrators 01:30
Credit: Rumble - Published on June 26, 2019 


Anti-Extradition Bill Protesters March to Consulates, Call on G20 Leaders to 'Liberate Hong Kong' 00:09
Credit: Rumble - Published on June 26, 2019 


You might like