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the bill is that the extradition bill that's the phone home Kong into a violent crisis is dead that's according to chief executive Carrie lam on Tuesday he also admitted the government's handling of it being a total failure so %HESITATION my sincere %HESITATION please is please give us an opportunity the time the room for us to take home call out of the current impulse , already announced the suspension of the bill in June and dont failed to appease its critics they have a list of demands including its total withdrawal earned her resignation , the mass protests against the bill have treated Hong Kong's one as political turmoil in decades it's C. marches through the city , and since he glanced billowing through the financial hub the next chapter in the protest is still unclear Beijing has committed on discovery's timings to the way home claims being run since it was hunted back to Chinese rule and while lan says she's agreed to an open dialogue with students she we affirm to position on Tuesday against many of the demands princesses still have including her resignation