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Residents rally at police headquarters in Hong Kong on Wednesday, calling for the arrest of protesters who participated in recent violence. The banner reads "Champion Hong Kong with concerted efforts". [Photo/China Daily]

Lawyers in Hong Kong joined the wide condemnation on Wednesday against the violent takeover of the city legislative chambers, saying in a statement that the takeover "had crossed the line of freedom of expression and could be deemed a political act with a hidden agenda".

They called on the legal community to unite and send a clear message that the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, as a community that upholds the rule of law, will never tolerate violence.

The statement represented more than 135 members of the legal community, including Maria Tam Waichu, deputy director of the Basic Law Committee of the Standing Committee of the National People"s Congress. The statement was read by barrister and lawmaker Priscilla Leung Mei-fun in front of the council"s building, which police said was besieged, occupied and defaced by protesters on Monday night.

Leung said radical protesters had attacked the "one country, two systems" principle by their actions after breaking into the legislative complex. Protesters were seen tearing up Basic Law documents, waving the colonial-era Hong Kong flag and defacing the city"s regional emblem after they occupied the chamber, officials said.

"That shows they were there with a cause," Leung said, adding that disturbing the public order for political reasons crossed the bottom line of the Hong Kong community.

The statement also said the city will never acquiesce to violence, and extremist protesters must receive legal punishment.

Joining Leung was barrister Kacee Ting Wong, who criticized lawyers of the city"s opposition camp as turning a blind eye to violence. Ting said they had failed in their responsibility to safeguard and maintain the rule of law of Hong Kong"s legal system.

The Legislative Council building was still being repaired on Wednesday. Legislative officials estimated that repairing the damage could cost HK$50 million to HK$60 million ($6.4 million to $7.7 million).

On Tuesday, the building was turned into a crime scene where police were busy collecting evidence. A worker employed by the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department told China Daily that more than 200 cleaning workers were sent to the area.

Also on Tuesday, the Law Society of Hong Kong - a professional body representing more than 95 percent of lawyers in the region - issued a statement saying that the protesters had defiantly affronted the rule of law by breaking into the Legislative Council building by force, inflicting bodily harm on others and causing serious damage to the building.

Their statement said there is a line separating the lawful exercise of constitutional rights and unlawful activity, which is and should be subject to sanctions and constraints.

China Daily

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