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Police said a 61-year-old man had been arrested over the assaults, which the office of Hong Kong leader Leung Chun-ying condemned as a "savage act". Protest leaders offered few insights into how they would proceed now the vote has been scrapped. "At this stage of the movement every one of us is exploring which way to go," Benny Tai said.
A retreat was the only option that was ruled out, with student activist Joshua Wong saying it was "absolutely not the time" to quit the streets. Surya Deva, a law professor at City University of Hong Kong, njtrainersuk said Sunday's events showed the leadership was battling a "lack of clarity". "It's the disadvantage any decentralised movement faces," Deva told AFP, adding that it needed to come up with a longer-term civil disobedience strategy. Demonstrators had mixed views on the failed vote. "I'm a bit disappointed," said Lily Su, an account executive at a technology firm. "We're doing everything we can to try to get