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Hong Kong police order Tiananmen vigil group to delete websites
Organisers of Hong Kong's annual Tiananmen vigil said they had been ordered by national security police to delete their online presence as Chinese mainland-style internet curbs become more commonplace in the city. Beijing's increased control over Hong Kong's internet has rattled some international businesses in the city. Social media giants such as Facebook, Twitter and Google say they have ceased cooperating with police requests because of the security law.Google and Facebook this year halted plans for an undersea cable that would have connected California and Hong Kong, partly because of security concerns.
since 1989, a pro-democracy group organized in Hong Kong of the vigils in memory of the victims of Chinese repression in Tiananmen. Faced with the pressure suffered, the group is sabord.
The Pro-Democracy Group organized for three decades atannual vigils in memory of the in Beijing announced Saturday, September 25, 2021 have voted its dissolution, facing the .
It is a very painful dissolution, "Tsang King-shing said, member of the Hong Kong Alliance, after the vote. The government uses all kinds of laws to force a group of civil society to dissolve, he added.
Hong Kong elite selects powerful new 'patriots only' committee
Hong Kong's political elite will select a powerful committee on Sunday which will choose the city's next leader and nearly half the legislature under a new "patriots only" system imposed by Beijing. The financial hub has never been a democracy -- the source of years of protests -- but a small and vocal opposition was tolerated after the city's 1997 handover to authoritarian China. Huge and often violent democracy rallies exploded two years ago and Beijing has responded with a crackdown and a new political system where only those deemed loyal are allowed to stand for office.
The group was one of the most visible symbols of political pluralism in Hong Kong. Its disappearance is the last illustration of the speed of the recovery in hand by Beijing of the former British colony, great global business center once semi-autonomous.
Acknowledgs of Subversion
The dissolution of thealliance occurred after the sabordage of thirty militant groups in recent months, including the largest union of the city and the coalition that had organized the gigantic Pro-democracy manifestations of 2019.
Chinese state media and Hong Kong pro-Beijing officials have long accused the Hong Kong alliance for being a subversive organization. At the beginning of the month, the police charged three senior subversion officials, a crime against national security.
Hong Kong elects a new electoral committee "reserved for the patriots"
© AFP Hong Kong's political elite means a powerful committee on Sunday, which will choose the next leader of the city and nearly half of the legislature, in the part of a new system "reserved for the patriots" imposed by Beijing. "This is an important election although the number of people who can participate is not high," said the current Hong Kong leader, Carrie Lam, adding that the new system would ensure that the "Anti-Chinese troublemakers" could no longer "obstruct" to the government.
The police also ordered the group to remove its website and its platforms on social networks. The authorities promised to revoke his registration as a company.
In a letter written since the prison, one of the Alliance's leaders,, urged members not to give up.
I always hope to show the convictions of the Hong Kong alliance to the world and continue this movement that has been lasting 32 years old, she stated in a letter posted on her Facebook page.
Two other imprisoned leaders, Lee Cheuk-Yan and Albert Ho, had signed letters calling for the dissolution of the group by invoking the current social environment.
Letters to the leaders
The Alliance was informed at the beginning of the year that it was investigated by the National Security Unit and received the order to deliver a multitude of documents and details about its members.
Unlike many opposition groups that quickly folded or obeyed police demands, the Alliance has adopted a more provocative approach.
Number of his prowing figures are lawyers and argued that the police 'request was illegal.
At the end of August, the new national security police of the city sent letters to the leaders of the Alliance, accusing them of being a foreign forces officer.
The letters also asked them to give the personal information of all Members since its Foundation in 1989, all the minutes of the meetings, the registers of income and its exchanges with several NGOs concerning democracy and human rights in China.
Hong Kong's largest pro-democracy labour union votes to disband .
Hong Kong's largest pro-democracy labour coalition voted to disband Sunday, blaming threats to its leadership's safety as China imposes a sweeping clampdown on dissent in the semi-autonomous city. Its leadership decided to put the group's future to a vote two weeks ago, amid what chairman Wong Nai-yuen said were mounting "threats on the leadership's personal safety" and former chief organiser Mung Siu-tat's decision to resign and flee the city. The union voted to disband at an emergency general assembly on Sunday afternoon.