Speaking on the motion debate on “Not forgetting the 4 June incident”

08 Jun 2017
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Kenneth spoke on the purpose of insisting on remembering and seeking redress for the June 4th incident. He believes as citizens of Hong Kong, and out of respect for history, basic human rights, and universal values, we must continue to strive. Beyond looking back at history, Kenneth also mentioned we must recognise what this piece of history has taught us, and how it should equip us in facing future challenges. He also warned that even a benign government can become corrupt without the right balance of power, and that without accountability, all promises are mere lies.