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Opdateret: 21. aug. 2019

ince June, Hong Kong has been rocked by protests that show no sign of dying down.

What started as demonstrations against an extradition bill have since taken on a much wider scope and are now demanding full democratic rights for Hong Kongers.

On 3 April, Hong Kong's government introduced plans for changes to a legislation that would for criminal suspects to potentially be extradited to China.

Critics warned the bill could undermine Hong Kong's legal freedoms and might be used to intimidate or silence dissidents.

This is a timeline of what happened next and how the movement evolved.


The first big protests

On 9 June, an estimated one million people marched to the government headquarters to show they were against the proposed bill. (click on the image below for more - open in a new tab)





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