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林鄭月娥:一國兩制行穩致遠 2047後都不會改變 ("There is reason to believe" One Country Two Systems could continue after 2047 if it is implemented properly, says Carrie Lam)
Radio Television Hong Kong, January 16, 2020

Carrie Lam says Hong Kong’s capitalist system can only survive beyond 2047 if ‘one country, two systems’ is fully respected
South China Morning Post, January 16, 2020

林鄭:不接受有指香港出現警暴 強調自己「非常愛護青年人」(Carrie Lam says she "does not accept allegations that there is police violence in Hong Kong")
Stand News, January 16, 2020

Hong Kong protests: if people behaved, police wouldn’t have to use force, government says, as it hits back at critical Human Rights Watch report
South China Morning Post, January 15, 2020

林鄭出席立法會答問會 下月成立A貨「獨立檢討委員會」("Independent Review Committee" to be established next month), January 16, 2020

Hong Kong teachers living in fear over protest support
Agence France-Presse, January 16, 2020

Hong Kong security chief defends police tactics amid reports of electroshock weapons being introduced
Hong Kong Free Press, January 15, 2020

11.18營救理大 哈薩克籍浸大生藏汽油彈 還柙57天終獲保釋 (Kazakhstan student remanded for 57 days over PolyU protests finally obtains baipl), January 15, 2020

Legal challenges filed after Hong Kong police obtain warrants to search seized digital devices
Hong Kong Free Press, January 15, 2020

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

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