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a fresh wave of protests is plunge the city further into chaos early on Monday by a police use pepper spray and beat protesters with batons to disperse the thousands that had gathered in the morning , this is may be fully realize the only as a politician have to remind myself all the time if the need to cross public sentiment accurately I mostly fully aware of the well we have good intentions we still need to be open and commentating , the end of this week comes amid steep upset over an extradition bill sponsor the largest and most violent protests in decades and presented Chinese president xi Ching paying with the greatest popular challenge of his leadership the suspension of the bill has done this soon to pacify protested as they see it as a threat to Hong Kong's much cherished goal protesters held that own flag raising ceremony on Monday hoisting the Black Flag at Hough most outside the city's legislative counsel a poignant symbol of the deeply divided city