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Live cross: Reaction in HK to Philippine's hostage crisis report

09-21-2010 09:53 BJT Special Report:HK Tourists Held Hostage in Manila |

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Updates: China gets Philippine hostage report

The Philippine government has submitted a report on the Manila hostage crisis to the Chinese Embassy. The investigation committee has recommended sanctions against officials found liable for mishandling the incident.

The Chinese Embassy in the Philippines confirmed on Monday evening that it has received a copy of the report on the August 23rd hostage crisis. Full Story>>

Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Donald Tsang, once again, urged the Philippine government to comprehensively and impartially investigate the Manila Hostage Crisis last week.

He said authorities in the Philippines must provide the truth, based on which the Hong Kong government will draw conclusions. Hong Kong police also went to Manila to collect evidence several times.

Hong Kong's court will decide whether to hold a hearing in the SAR, depending on their report. Now let's cross to our Hong Kong correspondent, Jeremiah Marquez, who will update us on IIRC report. Hello, Jeremiah ...

1: What has the reaction in Hong Kong been, since the IIRC report was handed over?

2: Will the Hong Kong government and people be satisfied with this report? What's the next move for the government there?

Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV

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