June 4 vigil potent signal that Hong Kong’s freedoms remain intact

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  • South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “June 4 vigil potent signal that Hong Kong’s freedoms remain intact” – below is their description.

    The annual June 4 gathering has been banned for the second consecutive year, with police citing the event as a potential public health threat. But amid heightened concerns from the introduction of Hong Kong’s national Security Law, SCMP Special Projects Editor Cliff Buddle argues that allowing for the return of the annual commemoration would send a powerful message that Hong Kong’s freedoms remain intact.

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