Sir Malcolm Rifkind, Lord Alton and Baroness Bennett call Carrie Lam to order HKPF to exercise restraint at PolyU

Two British Parliamentarians, the former Speaker of the House of Commons, and a former Foreign Secretary have issued an appeal today to Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam on Nov. 17. The former Foreign Secretary Sir Malcolm Rifkind said:

Hong Kong’s Chief Executive has the responsibility to do everything possible to prevent a massacre. She must order the police to exercise restraint and not to use live ammunition or other forms of lethal force. A bloodbath on a Hong Kong campus would be devastating for Hong Kong as a whole. I also urge those students who have engaged in violence to stop. I condemn violence on all sides and I call on both sides to show restraint and pull back from the brink.

Source: Hong Kong Watch


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