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another a public apology from Hong Kong's leader on Tuesday Carrie lam appeared both contrite Sam defiant saying sorry and signaling the end of the controversial extradition bill that she first promoted and then spend on Saturday following some of the most violent and largest protest since the former British colony returns to Chinese rule in nineteen ninety seven but she crucially stopped short of saying the bill would be withdrawn completely , I have heard you allow and kia and have reflected deeply on all that has transpired , the concerns over the past few months have been caused by deficiencies in the work of the as a all government over the amendment exercise , I personally have to show them much of the responsibility , for this I offer my most sincere apology so all people of Hong Kong during the address line refused to satisfy protested CPAS system calls to scrap the bill all together and step down immediately simply saying that it wouldn't be reintroduced during her time in office if public fears processed protest organized as an opposition Democrat said line remains time death to public demands they once had gone the bill scrapped an assurance is given the protesters want be prosecuted on writing charges what we realize is Carrie lam gestures to say sorry and that's all and totally ignore the request of Hong Kong citizen , of the one million people joined the rally it results in the announcement of some version now she did not care at all I would say that it's time for lesson is kind of a lesson good luck Karen I'm not learn what's been by respect lands climb down with the approval of China's Communist Party leaders with the biggest policy reversal since nineteen ninety seven critics say the bill which would allow people to be extradited to mainland China to face trial would undermine Hong Kong's independent judiciary and rule of real