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National identity key to HK's prosperity

By Li Peiwen | China Daily | Updated: 2019-11-27 07:21

What started as a protest against the extradition law amendment in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region more than five months ago soon turned into riots during which the rioters attacked police officers, police stations, ordinary SAR residents, and occupied college campuses throwing normal life out of gear in the city. This is the most serious administrative crisis Hong Kong has faced since its return to China.

That the radicals have not abandoned their agenda was more than evident during Hong Kong's district council elections on Sunday as they resorted to illegal activities to affect the results.

To deal with the future situation, especially because the opposition camp has won a large number of seats in the district council, the authorities need to take both short-and long-term measures.

National identity key to HK's prosperity

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