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The Business and Professionals Alliance for Hong Kong (BPA) expresses deep regret over the deterioration of the students’ class boycott and unlawful assembly into turmoil and disorder. The BPA also condemns protesters’ clashes with the police last night.
The rule of law is a core value in Hong Kong, and it is the duty of the police to maintain social order and enforce the law.
Mr Jeffrey Lam Kin-fung, BPA Vice Chairman, firmly opposes the use of unlawful violence, which he regards as a threat to peace and stability in Hong Kong. He is especially concerned about minors’ participation in the unrest, as well as the potentially harmful effects on their studies and families, anxieties that are shared by many parents.
Mr Andrew Leung Kwan-yuen, BPA Chairman, condemns any attempts to provoke or incite students into unlawful activities that could destroy stability and peace in Hong Kong. He said, “I understand that there are different views in society but these should be expressed in a lawful, rational and peaceful manner.”