The coronavirus pandemic has interrupted the anti-government protests that gripped Hong Kong for a lot of final yr.
Nonetheless, the stress that triggered the unrest has not gone away.
Police have arrested 15 main activists and accused them of organising and participating in illegal protests.
They embody Martin Lee, referred to as Hong Kong’s “Father of Democracy”, who has since been launched on bail.
The arrests observe feedback by mainland China’s liason workplace in Hong Kong that it has the appropriate to oversee the town’s affairs.
Might the developments set off extra turmoil?
Presenter: Bernard Smith
Visitors: Martin Lee – Founding chairman of the Democratic Social gathering of Hong Kong and former legislative councillor
Andy Mok – Senior analysis fellow, Heart for China and Globalization
Victor Teo – Assistant professor, affiliated school with the China Research Programme, College of Hong Kong
Supply: Al Jazeera Information