Day 39 of the Umbrella Revolution in Hong Kong. (5 November 2014)
Former British-Hong Kong governor Chris Patten says that the Joint Declaration does not mention how democratic elections are to be run and that the UK has a moral obligation to help Hong Kong's political process.
Chris Patten also hopes that there will be no violence after the APEC summit in Beijing amid reports that a police clearance of the protest will occur in a fortnight's time.
Police have increased their presence in Mongkok as protesters thin out in the occupied zones.
The New People's Party has suggested that the nomination committee should allocate some seats to the Hong Kong Federation of Students.
A handful of protests have mared to the Liason Office in protest of the Communist Party's suppression of mainland Chinese supporting Hong Kong's protests.
Lai Tung Kwok, Hong Kong Secretary for Security says that the 'foreign forces' cannot be disclosed as it is classified information.
Protesters wearing Guy Fawkes masks have taken to streets in support of the pro-democracy movement.
Carrie Lam, Chief Secretary says she strong opposes the Legislative Council investigating Leung Chun-ying's receipt of money from Australian company UGL.
Emily Lau from the Democratic Party says that they will not accept false universal suffrage proposals which has been informally proposed recently at a 'lunch time' pan-democratic meeting.
Police presence in Causeway Bay is low as a mobile 'democracy classroom' is set up by pro-democracy protesters.
Artwork depicting politicians related to the Umbrella Movement. Picture Source: @tlng13/Twitter