Five months of protests and chaos. Everything started from the opposition to the proposal of the administration led by Carrie Lam to amend the extradition law
And the government education office has decided that for security reasons schools will be closed tomorrow, announcing in a note that classes in kindergartens, elementary schools, middle schools and special schools should resume as early as Tuesday if the circumstances permit. . Although roads and public transport services are gradually recovered, there are still uncertainties for tomorrow. Hong Kong schools have been closed since last Thursday due to the violent demonstrations that caused chaos throughout the region, not only paralyzing the traffic, but also vandalizing private school vans and threatening the same schools. The office urged all parties involved to stop the violence and appealed to the students to remain indoors and not engage in illegal activities.
The demonstrations that have followed one another since last June have intensified after the death of a young protester, who fell from an above-elevated parking lot during a police operation. The protests began on June 9 against an amendment to the extradition law, officially withdrawn on October 24, turned into an opposition to Beijing's increasingly pronounced interference in Hong Kong's autonomy.