Strive for the five major demands, calling for workers strike on 5 August
Regardless of class, profession, and occupation, the Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions (HKCTU) calls on all workers to respond to the city wide strike on 5 August, and demand the government to response to the five demands put forward by the Hong Kong people: a) Permanent withdrawal of the extradition bill; b) Release of arrested protesters without charges; c) Withdrawal of the characterization of the 12 June protest as a "riot"; d) Independent investigation into police violence and abuse of power; and e) Implement full universal suffrage.
Another struggle after one year: Lalamove's exploitation goes on
In late April 2018, an industrial action broke out in Lalamove China, a Hong Kong-invested logistics enterprise's branch in China. It was caused by the enterprise, which reduced the drivers' commission arbitrarily. Suffered from a sudden income loss, together with the ongoing rising petrol, toll fees and operating costs, drivers could not make their ends meet and launched a strike to address their problems. Hundreds of drivers in five different cities joined this action and this strike was covered by international media. Another strike, due to the same cause marks the first anniversary of Lalamove drivers' strike.
Workers Strike on 17 June in opposition to the Extradition Bill amendment
As workers, Hong Kong is the home to our careers, families, loved ones, and livelihood. We do not want to see the collapse and demise of Hong Kong. It is our responsibilities to protect this home of ours. We saw the children of Hong Kong were brave enough to take to the streets but were brutally dealt with by the police. We can no longer close our eyes to the situation. Hong Kong belongs to all of us and cannot be controlled and destroyed by the hands of a few.