Proposals for a controversial extradition law have been suspended, say Hong Kong’s chief executive Carrie Lam.
Some critics are unhappy with the decision, calling for a complete removal, not suspension of the law.
The decision follows mass protests in the city, and a previous refusal to halt the proposed law which would have allowed extradition to mainland China.
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