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fficials from the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region government called on the whole of society to support the government and say "no" to violence. No o



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ne can use their political ideals or dissatisfaction with the government as an excuse to blatantly break the law, Chief Secretary for Administration Matthew Cheung Kin-chung said at the Legislative Council inquiry on Wednesday. The recent violence in Hong Kong has been severe and widespread, and i

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t would not be acceptable in any civilized society, Cheung said. The violence has blocked people's way to work and school, deprived them of their freedom of movement and posed a serious thre


at to the whole community, he said. "Violence is pushing Hong Kong toward the abyss," he added. Cheung reiterated that the government will firmly support the police in quelling violence, and called on the public to stay away from illegal assemblies. For the third straight day, protesters disrupted traffic acr

oss Hong Kong. Service along two rail lines was forced to shut down completely and a dozen stations were closed. Only 100 of the 650 franchised bus routes could offer limited service on Wednesday, said Secretary for Transport and Housing Frank Chan Fan. Chan


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condemned Tuesday's attacks on several MTR stations. Radicals severely threatened passenger safety as they threw gasoline bombs at moving trains and

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scattered debris on rail tracks. About 200 traffic lights were also damaged and in need of repair, he added. A group of locals voluntarily cleared bricks