HK’s Civil Human Rights Front announced a protest on October 1

Translated by billwilliam; Reviewed by Wencheng

The Hongkong Civil Human Rights Front announced a protest on October 1, 2020. On September 23, they had applied to the police for a permit to demonstrate. They’ll hold a press conference in the next couple of days to publish the details.

The Civil Human Rights Front stated that during the demonstration, they will re-emphasize the Five Major Demands and ask for the release of 12 Hongkong citizens detained in mainland China.

By their plan, the demonstration will start at 2pm on October 1, which is the Mid-Autumn Festival. Protestors will march from the East Point Road in Causeway Bay to the pedestrian zone at Charter Road in Central District in Hongkong.

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