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this is clashed with police in Hong Kong in the early hours of Monday has several hundred demonstrators tried to force their way into the city's parliament images show police waiting batons and deploying a water cannon , this couple's came hours after hundreds of thousands of protesters had marched peacefully through the city to protest against a new potential law which would allow Beijing to extradite Hong Kong suspects to mainland China for trial , and that in turn raised fears among activists about China's grip on the semi autonomous pilot the demonstrations were the biggest against the Chinese government least fifteen years Regis correspondent James Pomfret spent the day in the streets , %HESITATION here on just you'll hardly protesters you have ordinary citizens yeah of %HESITATION , fathers mothers kids and they don't feel comfortable if the law was enacted because it will allow trying to , in a fax to impose soul part of its legal system to encroach into Hong Kong for the first time ever on this March %HESITATION could be a turning point in finally persuading the authorities to either postpone or scrap the deal will be debated on Wednesday and could come into effect at the end of this month , Hong leader Carrie lam has tweaked the proposal but refused to scrap the bill prompting calls for her resignation , if someone chin overwhelming the large number of people that it will be very difficult cool home home city to Carrie lam and the Beijing %HESITATION communist leaders to ignore this senior judges in Hong Kong and expressed their concern over a lack of trust in Chinese courts and human rights groups are worried about the use of torture the lack of judicial records on the mainland