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Violence to push Hong Kong into deep abyss: HK chief executive

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Hong Kong, China - Aug 13, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Reporters, camera crew
2. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, Chief Executive, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (partially overlaid with shots 3-4):
"The MTR handles at least 2 million passenger trips a day. Many passengers were affected that day. The Hong Kong International Airport grounded yesterday. Every day, we see a large number of travelers arrive in and depart from Hong Kong. Many tourists and business people also come to Hong Kong via this terminal. However, it was closed yesterday. Other violent acts, like blocking cross-harbor tunnels, assaulting police stations in various districts, attacking police with more dangerous weapons, hurling petrol bombs and injuring a police officer, and using smoke bombs, large slingshots and marbles, have pushed today's Hong Kong into chaos. Many residents are concerned about whether they can go to work, go to school as usual. Some people have to give up shopping or meeting friends especially at weekends."

Hong Kong, China - Aug 12, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
++SHOTS OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
3. Demonstrators at Hong Kong International Airport
4. Information board showing canceled flights
++SHOTS OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++

Hong Kong, China - Aug 13, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
5. Reporters, camera crew
6. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, Chief Executive, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region:
"The third thing I've seen is the large-scale attack against our judicial organizations in order to destroy the rule of law, leaving enforcement police to bear the brunt. I saw and heard a lot of online comments that play up revenge and attacks on police and also slander law enforcement police with photos and short videos of unconfirmed incidents in an attempt to set residents against police.They do nothing good to Hong Kong. This 30,000-member police force is an important pillar of the rule of law in Hong Kong. To my outrage, they even attack the families of police."
7. Regional emblem of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
8. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, Chief Executive, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region:
"What had happened over the past week made me worried that Hong Kong, which is believed to be a secure society which respects the rule of law, will reach a dangerous situation. All kinds of ailments and pathogenic factors will occur although Hong Kong is an open, free, inclusive and economically stable city. It will take a long time to recover as I said last Sunday. Seven million people will not be able to live steadily or work happily. So here I plea everyone again to put aside differences, calm down, take one minute to think, look at our city, our home, and ask whether you really want to see it pushed into an abyss where it will be smashed to pieces. At present, what should be done is to fight against violence, safeguard the rule of law and restore order. Once that has been achieved, sincere talks, repairing and rebuilding of harmonious society can begin."

FILE: Hong Kong, China - Date Unknown (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
9. Various of Victoria Harbor, buildings, river, cityscape

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Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on Tuesday condemned the current riots in the region, stressing that violence will plunge Hong Kong into a deep abyss where the city will be "smashed to pieces".

Speaking at a press conference, she said violent activists have committed large-scale vandalism over the past week, like blocking railways and airport, leaving many people affected. A total of 238 flights in and out of the Hong Kong International Airport were canceled on Monday.

"The MTR handles at least 2 million passenger trips a day. Many passengers were affected that day. The Hong Kong International Airport grounded yesterday. Every day, we see a large number of travelers arrive in and depart from Hong Kong. Many tourists and business people also come to Hong Kong via this terminal. However, it was closed yesterday," she said.

"Other violent acts, like blocking cross-harbor tunnels, assaulting police stations in various districts, attacking police with more dangerous weapons, hurling petrol bombs and injuring a police officer, and using smoke bombs, large slingshots and marbles, have pushed today's Hong Kong into chaos. Many residents are concerned about whether they can go to work, go to school as usual. Some people have to give up shopping or meeting friends especially at weekends," she added.

The chief executive said violence is damaging Hong Kong's rule of law. She said assaulting police and their offices was unacceptable as the city's 30,000-strong force is responsible for upholding the rule of law.

"The third thing I've seen is the large-scale attack against our judicial organizations in order to destroy the rule of law, leaving enforcement police to bear the brunt. I saw and heard a lot of online comments that play up revenge and attacks on police and also slander law enforcement police with photos and short videos of unconfirmed incidents in an attempt to set residents against police.They do nothing good to Hong Kong. This 30,000-member police force is an important pillar of the rule of law in Hong Kong. To my outrage, they even attack the families of police," Lam said.

Lam said the priority for Hong Kong right now is to stop violence, and restore the rule of law and order. Once that has been achieved, she said, sincere dialogue and the rebuilding of harmony in society can begin.

She also said Hong Kong had already been badly torn apart and the city will need a very long time to recover.

"What had happened over the past week made me worried that Hong Kong, which is believed to be a secure society which respects the rule of law, will reach a dangerous situation. All kinds of ailments and pathogenic factors will occur although Hong Kong is an open, free, inclusive and economically stable city. It will take a long time to recover as I said last Sunday. Seven million people will not be able to live steadily or work happily. So here I plea everyone again to put aside differences, calm down, take one minute to think, look at our city, our home, and ask whether you really want to see it pushed into an abyss where it will be smashed to pieces. At present, what should be done is to fight against violence, safeguard the rule of law and restore order. Once that has been achieved, sincere talks, repairing and rebuilding of harmonious society can begin," said she, appearing on the verge of tears.

Radical protests against a controversial fugitive transfer bill in Hong Kong have continued for more than two months. Though the bill has long been pronounced dead, violent demonstrations persist.

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China-HK Riots/Chief Executive

Violence to push Hong Kong into deep abyss: HK chief executive

Dateline : Aug 12/13, 2019/File

Location : China

Duration : 4'33

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Hong Kong, China - Aug 13, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Reporters, camera crew
2. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, Chief Executive, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (partially overlaid with shots 3-4):
"The MTR handles at least 2 million passenger trips a day. Many passengers were affected that day. The Hong Kong International Airport grounded yesterday. Every day, we see a large number of travelers arrive in and depart from Hong Kong. Many tourists and business people also come to Hong Kong via this terminal. However, it was closed yesterday. Other violent acts, like blocking cross-harbor tunnels, assaulting police stations in various districts, attacking police with more dangerous weapons, hurling petrol bombs and injuring a police officer, and using smoke bombs, large slingshots and marbles, have pushed today's Hong Kong into chaos. Many residents are concerned about whether they can go to work, go to school as usual. Some people have to give up shopping or meeting friends especially at weekends."

Hong Kong, China - Aug 12, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
++SHOTS OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
3. Demonstrators at Hong Kong International Airport
4. Information board showing canceled flights
++SHOTS OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++

Hong Kong, China - Aug 13, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
5. Reporters, camera crew
6. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, Chief Executive, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region:
"The third thing I've seen is the large-scale attack against our judicial organizations in order to destroy the rule of law, leaving enforcement police to bear the brunt. I saw and heard a lot of online comments that play up revenge and attacks on police and also slander law enforcement police with photos and short videos of unconfirmed incidents in an attempt to set residents against police.They do nothing good to Hong Kong. This 30,000-member police force is an important pillar of the rule of law in Hong Kong. To my outrage, they even attack the families of police."
7. Regional emblem of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
8. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, Chief Executive, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region:
"What had happened over the past week made me worried that Hong Kong, which is believed to be a secure society which respects the rule of law, will reach a dangerous situation. All kinds of ailments and pathogenic factors will occur although Hong Kong is an open, free, inclusive and economically stable city. It will take a long time to recover as I said last Sunday. Seven million people will not be able to live steadily or work happily. So here I plea everyone again to put aside differences, calm down, take one minute to think, look at our city, our home, and ask whether you really want to see it pushed into an abyss where it will be smashed to pieces. At present, what should be done is to fight against violence, safeguard the rule of law and restore order. Once that has been achieved, sincere talks, repairing and rebuilding of harmonious society can begin."

FILE: Hong Kong, China - Date Unknown (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
9. Various of Victoria Harbor, buildings, river, cityscape


Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on Tuesday condemned the current riots in the region, stressing that violence will plunge Hong Kong into a deep abyss where the city will be "smashed to pieces".

Speaking at a press conference, she said violent activists have committed large-scale vandalism over the past week, like blocking railways and airport, leaving many people affected. A total of 238 flights in and out of the Hong Kong International Airport were canceled on Monday.

"The MTR handles at least 2 million passenger trips a day. Many passengers were affected that day. The Hong Kong International Airport grounded yesterday. Every day, we see a large number of travelers arrive in and depart from Hong Kong. Many tourists and business people also come to Hong Kong via this terminal. However, it was closed yesterday," she said.

"Other violent acts, like blocking cross-harbor tunnels, assaulting police stations in various districts, attacking police with more dangerous weapons, hurling petrol bombs and injuring a police officer, and using smoke bombs, large slingshots and marbles, have pushed today's Hong Kong into chaos. Many residents are concerned about whether they can go to work, go to school as usual. Some people have to give up shopping or meeting friends especially at weekends," she added.

The chief executive said violence is damaging Hong Kong's rule of law. She said assaulting police and their offices was unacceptable as the city's 30,000-strong force is responsible for upholding the rule of law.

"The third thing I've seen is the large-scale attack against our judicial organizations in order to destroy the rule of law, leaving enforcement police to bear the brunt. I saw and heard a lot of online comments that play up revenge and attacks on police and also slander law enforcement police with photos and short videos of unconfirmed incidents in an attempt to set residents against police.They do nothing good to Hong Kong. This 30,000-member police force is an important pillar of the rule of law in Hong Kong. To my outrage, they even attack the families of police," Lam said.

Lam said the priority for Hong Kong right now is to stop violence, and restore the rule of law and order. Once that has been achieved, she said, sincere dialogue and the rebuilding of harmony in society can begin.

She also said Hong Kong had already been badly torn apart and the city will need a very long time to recover.

"What had happened over the past week made me worried that Hong Kong, which is believed to be a secure society which respects the rule of law, will reach a dangerous situation. All kinds of ailments and pathogenic factors will occur although Hong Kong is an open, free, inclusive and economically stable city. It will take a long time to recover as I said last Sunday. Seven million people will not be able to live steadily or work happily. So here I plea everyone again to put aside differences, calm down, take one minute to think, look at our city, our home, and ask whether you really want to see it pushed into an abyss where it will be smashed to pieces. At present, what should be done is to fight against violence, safeguard the rule of law and restore order. Once that has been achieved, sincere talks, repairing and rebuilding of harmonious society can begin," said she, appearing on the verge of tears.

Radical protests against a controversial fugitive transfer bill in Hong Kong have continued for more than two months. Though the bill has long been pronounced dead, violent demonstrations persist.

ID : 8118688

Published : 2019-08-13 14:38

Last Modified : 2019-08-14 14:38:32

Source : China Central Television (CCTV),China Global Television Network (CGTN)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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