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hundreds of protesters out in force in Hong Kong again on Tuesday they seek to derail the proposed extradition law that would allow people to be sent to mainland China for trial these matches are ahead of the second round of debates on the bell on Wednesday and despite the backlash the Chinese rolled cities leader Carrie lam is about this will go ahead this outrage over the proposed bill has been brewing for weeks , business leaders have warns that pushing through the extradition bill could undermine investor confidence in Hong Kong rating is competitive advantages an online petition called for fifty thousand people to surround the legislature building which is currently controlled by a pro Beijing majority officials argue this Leopold has allowed home come to become a haven for criminals from the mainland they say this bill would close it it was specifically allow for extradition from Hong Kong so great to China including the mainland to Taiwan and Macau , human rights groups have cited the alleged use of torture arbitrary detentions false confessions and problems accessing lawyers in China with the cools a controlled by the Communist Party as reasons why the bill should not proceed China denies accusations that it tramples on human rights strikes in transport Thursdays were also announced Wednesday in a last ditch effort to block the bell