Hong Kong court gives deadline for protesters to clear Admiralty site

A Hong Kong court has told pro-democracy demonstrators that they must leave part of a protest site in the territory’s main business district. Protesters are expecting a showdown when police arrive to clear the area.

Hong King’s High Court published a ruling on Tuesday for three of the major protest sites in the Admiralty government and financial district to be cleared, prompting expectations of a confrontation with police.

Bailiffs are to enforce the order on Thursday morning, with authorities asking protesters to leave voluntarily before they arrive. The injunction was requested by a bus company and allows the bailiffs to “request the assistance of police” to clear a protest zone near government headquarters.
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Source News: DW