Editorial:Remember the dead of June Fourth in a law-abiding way

【明報專訊】Today (June 4) is the 32nd anniversary of the June Fourth Incident, also the first after the implementation of the Hong Kong National Security Law. For the second year in a row, the authorities have refused to allow the Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China (the Alliance) to organise a vigil at Victoria Park citing anti-pandemic needs and restrictions on gatherings. The original intention of the demand for the rehabilitation of the June Fourth Incident is to do justice to history. The 1989 pro-democracy movement was a patriotic and democratic movement that should not have been violently suppressed. The history of ''June Fourth'' should not be erased, nor should it be forgotten. However, there are many ways to mourn the dead, and one should not break the law in doing so.