(HONG KONG) JUST IN: At least 90 people were arrested Sunday at protests against the government’s de cision to postpone elections for the legislature, police and a news report said #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Sept.07: The elections were to have taken place Sunday but Chief Executive Carrie Lam on July 31 postponed them for one year: Lam blamed an upsurge in coronavirus cases, but critics said her government worried the opposition would gain seats if voting went ahead on schedule: Anti-government protests have been held in Hong Kong almost every weekend since June 2019. They erupted over a proposed extradition law and spread to include demands for greater democracy and criticism of Beijing’s efforts to tighten control over the former British colony:

Hong Kong Protests against governments decision to postpone legislators election and police arrest at least 90-people on Sunday:

Hong Kong Free Press: [Sep 7, 2020 at 15:20] https://t.me/hongkongfp/11741
Video: Hong Kong police say ‘minimum force’ was used to tackle fleeing 12-year-old girl during pro-democracy demo: https://hongkongfp.com/2020/09/07/video-hong-kong-police-say-minimum-force-was-used-to-tackle-fleeing-12-year-old-girl-during-pro-democracy-demo/

On Sunday, one woman was arrested in the Kowloon district of Yau Ma Tei on charges of assault and spreading pro-independence slogans, the police department said on its Facebook page: It said such slogans are illegal under the newly enacted National Security Act: The ruling Communist Party’s decision to impose the law in May prompted complaints it was violating the autonomy promised to the territory when it was returned to China in 1997: Washington withdrew trading privileges granted to Hong Kong and other governments suspended extradition and other agreements on the grounds that the territory of 7 million people is no longer autonomous:

Also Sunday, police fired pepper balls at protesters in Kowloon’s Mong Kok neighborhood, the South China Morning Post newspaper reported: At least 90 people were arrested, most of them on suspicion of illegal assembly, the police department said on a separate social media account.In the Jordan neighborhood, protesters raised a banner criticizing the election delay, the Post said: “I want my right to vote!” activist Leung Kwok-hung, popularly known as Long Hair, was quoted as saying…………………The newspaper said Leung was later arrested:

#AceNewsDesk report ………….Published: Sept.07: 2020:

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