Protesters in Hong Kong against contentious extradition laws are calling on leaders of the U.S., the European Union and others to boost the difficulty with Chinese language President Xi Jinping at this week’s G-20 summit in Japan.
Teams of protesters gathered outdoors the U.S. and EU consulates Wednesday morning to ship petitions stating their requests.
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A spokesman says modifications to the Chinese language territory’s laws might expose residents of all nationalities to being extradited to China for unfair trials and potential torture.
Lots of of hundreds of individuals have protested in latest weeks over the laws and police violence towards them.
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China has stated it gained’t allow any dialogue of Hong Kong affairs on the assembly in Osaka.