Radicals breached ‘bottom line’ of law, spokeswoman says
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Special Administrative Region issued an interim injunction banning unlawful obstruction of airport operations.
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any person from unlawfully and willfully obstructing and interfering with ope
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“The atrocity has totally gone beyond the bottom line of a civilized society,
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ious nationalities and ages, severely hurt others’ rights and damaged Hong Kong’s international reputation.
“This time the protesters have torn down their deceptive masks of ‘peace, rationality and nonviolence'”, the statement said.什么应用可以赚微信红包419品茶微信
The liaison office pledged that it will continue to stand behind relevant authoritie
s to safeguard the personal safety and legitimate rights of mainland residents in Hong Kong.