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[Homework]SENEWS-2019-07-02

Protesters in Hong Kong forced their way into the city's main legislative building on Monday, the 22nd anniversary of the former British colony's return to China. Hundreds of protesters had surrounded the government complex at midday Monday. By night, they had broken glass and metal barriers and entered. The protesters torn down pictures of legislative leaders and painted pro-democracy messages on the walls. They also reportedly destroyed things inside and raised the former British colonial flag. Police with riot protection equipment fired teargas to clear surrounding streets. They then moved into legislative rooms, but protesters had already fled. A spokesman had earlier broadcast a warning that appropriate force would be used in the clearance operation. The protesters were inside the legislation building for about three hours. The sharp change in protesters' methods comes after weeks of demonstrations and a growing upset with Hong Kong's leader for not answering the protesters' demands. Huge demonstrations began last month over a proposed bill that would permit people accused of crimes to be sent to mainland China for trial. Protests continued even after Hong Kong leader, Carrie Lam, apologized and said she will suspend the bill. Lam has yet to withdraw the extradition bill permanently or meet protesters' other demands, including an investigation into police treatment of protesters during a violent demonstration on June 12th. They also have called for Lam, who was not directly elected, to resign. Protester x said many Hong Kong locals do not trust the government. It has promised to cancel on popular proposals in the past and then not done so. x told VOA: I understand that people may be seeing suspension is the same as withdrawal. But why the protesters are still angry about this is people were tricked by the government for so many times over so many years. x and many other protesters also said they feared Hong Kong was losing its right to self-govern. Under the agreement between Britain and China, Hong Kong is guaranteed self-government until 2047. Citizens are currently protected by the Basic Law, a set of civil and political rights. Britain returned Hong Kong to China on July 1st, 1997. The territory has since been governed under a one country, two systems rule. Under this rule, Hong Kong is guaranteed the right to its own social, legal and political systems. However, some observers say China's ruling Communist Party has ignored that agreement by forcing passage of unpopular laws. Many protesters say the government's failure to answer popular demands is a sign that the city's political system is broken. Hong Kong protester x said: Although the bill is the issue, I think behind it, is our fight for democracy for our Hong Kong people.

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