Protesters entered the chamber of Hong Kong’s Legislative Council after storming the building on Monday, July 1, the South China Morning Post reported
Anti-extradition protests reignited on Monday, the 22nd anniversary of the handover of the former British colony to China. Protesters smashed glass doors to force their way into the Legislative Council building and police used pepper spray to try to repel them, local reports said.
This video shows graffiti on the walls as protesters and journalists gather in the Legislative Council chamber. Police warned they would act to disperse protesters who stormed the building, the South China Morning Post reported. Credit: SocREC via Storyful