(Worthy News) - Over a million people have joined a mass protest against the Hong Kong government’s controversial extradition bill, according to organizers.
Jimmy Sham, a spokesperson for organizers, said around 1.03 million people attended the march – a figure that was calculated by volunteers along Hennessy Road. Police estimated 270,000 people turned up at the rally’s peak.
The march was organized by the Civil Human Rights Front – a coalition of pro-democracy groups. [ Source: Hong Kong Free Press (Read More...) ]
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