Hong Kong protests: more than 2,600 sign petition demanding university chief ‘condemn police brutality’ and hold dialogue with students

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Hong Kong protests: more than 2,600 sign petition demanding university chief ‘condemn police brutality’ and hold dialogue with students

More than 2,600 students, alumni and staff have signed a petition demanding University of Hong Kong chief Zhang Xiang “condemn police brutality” and hold a dialogue with those at the institution.They urged Zhang to follow the lead of Chinese University vice-chancellor Rocky Tuan Sung-chi, who, under intense student pressure, last week agreed to condemn police for “any proven case” of brutality, the first such move by the head of a tertiary institution over the anti-government protests that have…

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