(HONG KONG) #ExtraditionBill Latest: Carrie Lam has announced the formal withdrawal of a proposed extradition bill that would have allowed suspected criminals to be extradited to mainland China to face trial after protests which evolved into calls for greater democracy and government accountability over 14-weeks ..But NOW they want more ……#AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Sept.04: Hong Kong’s pro-democracy lawmakers have said that Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s withdrawal of the controversial extradition bill is “too little, too late,” with some protesters urging more demonstrations in the coming days: Lam conceded to one of the five core demands of the protest movement which has roiled Hong Kong since June: But protesters are still demanding a fully independent probe into police behaviour, amnesty for those arrested, universal suffrage and a halt to the characterisation of protests as “riots.” SkyNews reports.

Chief Executive Carrie Lam. File Photo: Carrie Lam, via Facebook.

HKFP Video reported: https://t.me/hongkongfp/9691 On social media, many people reiterated a popular protest slogan: “the five key slogans, we won’t accept anything less.” Some also cited a quote from Winter on Fire, a documentary about the Euromaidan protests in Ukraine: “If we accept the government’s conditions, our friends who have died won’t forgive us.”

Lam conceded to one of the five core demands of the protest movement which has roiled Hong Kong since June: But protesters are still demanding a fully independent probe into police behaviour, amnesty for those arrested, universal suffrage and a halt to the characterisation of protests as “riots.”

On social media, many people reiterated a popular protest slogan: “the five key slogans, we won’t accept anything less.” Some also cited a quote from Winter on Fire, a documentary about the Euromaidan protests in Ukraine: “If we accept the government’s conditions, our friends who have died won’t forgive us.”

“It took her three months to officially use the word ‘withdraw.’ This is too little, too late – the die is cast, grave mistakes have been made. Hong Kong’s wounds and scars are still bleeding. This will leave a lasting mark in Hong Kong’s history.”

Almost 14 weeks of – sometimes violent – protest have evolved into greater calls for democracy, as well as anger over Beijing’s encroachment, alleged police brutality, surveillance and other community grievances: With some protesters already gathering Prince Edward on Wednesday night, and Lam set to meet the press on Thursday, HKFP rounds up the reactions from across the political spectrum:

#AceNewsDesk reports …………..Published: Sept.04: 2019: @SkyNewsBreak – https://t.me/sky_news/10348

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