Occupy Central was catalyst for the collapse of rule of law in Hong Kong, Chinese state media says

The 2014 Occupy Central movement in Hong Kong was the “starting point for the collapse of the rule of law” in the city, China’s state media said in a commentary published on Sunday, just hours after a rally to mark the fifth anniversary of the largely peaceful protest ended in violence.Occupy, which lasted for 79 days, “opened Pandora’s box, as a few people in Hong Kong used distorted concepts such as ‘achieving justice by violating the law’ to poison many young people”, Xinhua said in an…

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