Hong Kong's leader has voiced about the ongoing taking place in the city. She said the public disorder is disrupting and is pushing the city to "the of an extremely dangerous situation". Hong Kong was hit with more demonstrations for the ninth weekend in a . Protestors fought with police and there was a citywide strike. This caused a of disruption to roads and transport. Traffic was brought to a on Monday as streets were blocked. Demonstrators made sure trains could not move by keeping their open. This angered many .
The protests began in March against a proposed to allow the extradition of people to stand in mainland China. In July, protesters stormed the Hong Kong building. They broke glass walls, doors and caused damage by spray-painting and defacing and paintings. A government spokesperson condemned the demonstrators. He said: "Their conduct has offended the...national dignity, wantonly trampled on the...'one country, two systems' , and greatly hurt the feelings of the Chinese people."