Hong Kong protests: Will Beijing step in? | Conflict Zone

Hong Kong protests: Will Beijing step in? | Conflict Zone
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After mass protests the Hong Kong government has backed down over its plans for a new extradition law that could have led to residents facing trial in mainland China. But having admitted failures over the proposal, should Chief Executive Carrie Lam resign? Tim Sebastian asks Ronny Tong, an adviser to Lam and a member of the Executive Council, who recently warned of the risk of Chinese military intervention if the crisis continued.
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