2021-02-28

Liang Guoxiong, Cen Zijie and many other rioters in Hong Kong are charged with conspiracy to subvert state power, arraigned on March 1

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Alert! Liang Guoxiong, Cen Zijie and many other rioters in Hong Kong are charged with conspiracy to subvert state power and will be brought to trial tomorrow morning

[Global Network Comprehensive Report Reporter Zhao Youping] According to Hong Kong media just now, Liang Guoxiong (nicknamed Chang Mao), Cen Zijie and many other Hong Kong disruptors have been charged with “conspiracy to subvert state power” and will appear in West Kowloon Magistrates’ Courts tomorrow (March 1).

According to Hong Kong’s “Sing Tao” report, 55 opposition figures who participated in the so-called “35+ primaries” were accused of violating Hong Kong’s National Security Law. They have been notified by the police in advance. Report to various police stations throughout Hong Kong at 2 o’clock this afternoon. The police charged 47 people in the afternoon with “conspiracy to subvert state power”, including 39 men and 8 women, aged between 23 and 64. After being detained overnight, they will be arraigned at West Kowloon Magistracy after 11 am tomorrow (March 1).

Liang Guoxiong, Cen Zijie and many other rioters in Hong Kong are charged with conspiracy to subvert state power, arraigned on March 1

The afternoon of the 28th, Hong Kong The SAR government also issued a related press bulletin on the 28th.

55 people who participated in the so-called “35+ primaries” last year were arrested on suspicion of violating the Hong Kong National Security Law in early January this year, and were subsequently released on bail. The arrested persons were notified this month that the next registration date is On April 8, many arrested persons were notified by the police that they must report to the police station at 2 pm today (28th). For those who are required to report early, many arrested persons are expected to be prosecuted when they report. It has been previously reported that more than 40 panminists will be charged with the crime of subverting state power and will appear in the West Kowloon Court tomorrow.