Some people are now using this as an opportunity to push for political change, said Eleanor Olcott, China policy analyst at research firm TS Lombard. There’s now a divergence between the anti-extradition protesters and those trying to harness the spirit of the anti-extradition movement to push for political change, she said.
“The anti-extradition bill protest was about maintenance of the status quo,” Olcott told CNBC in an email. “By contrast, the protesters now are asking for change to the political system, for a change of leader.”
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