Friday, July 25, 2014   

Police option open for possible Legco protest
(03-27 12:18)

Legislative Council President, Tsang Yok-sing, says the use of police force would be the last resort in dealing with a Taiwan-style occupation of the legislature.
Demonstrators opposed to a trade pact between Taiwan and the mainland have occupied the island's parliament for more than a week.
Hong Kong lawmakers are discussing contingency plans to deal with such an event. --RTHK

   
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