On May 21, China’s National People’s Congress passed a National Security Law for Hong Kong, imposing a number of anti-democratic legislations to suppress the protest movement.
Hong Kong’s district council elections concluded with a landslide victory for the anti-Beijing bloc. But what is needed is a clear way forward based on class struggle politics.
Despite increasing pressure from Beijing and the Carrie Lam government, the movement is entering its second month with growing militancy.
In spite of the government issuing public apologies and suspending the bill, a new mass protest erupted on June 16. The movement must go forward!