The HKSAR government and Hong Kong police should "unite and work together" to "implement the law and deal with all illegal things in accordance with the law", Gong said.
Specifically, it said it had broken its "inappropriate content" rules.
While the former British colony enjoys a special status that grants people rights and freedom not seen in the mainland, the move has attracted criticism because of potential concerns that China is tightening its grip over the region. The bill is now shelved, but protesters say it must be removed completely.
When stragglers convened outside a government complex in the late evening, other protesters urged them to go home.
She called on the Chinese and Hong Kong authorities not to dodge responsibility over the escalating tension and not to make wrong and regrettable decisions, referring to the possible use of force to suppress the protesters.
More than 700 people have been arrested since the protests began in June.
Police said the protest was "generally peaceful" but accused a large group of people of "breaching public peace" afterwards by occupying a major thoroughfare and using slingshots to shoot "hard objects" at government headquarters and pointing lasers at police officers.
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Mr You did not mention any specific politician, but numerous United States senators and members of congress, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, have affirmed the U.S. commitment to human rights and urged Hong Kong's government to end the standoff.
An additional 936 core accounts Twitter believes originated from within China attempted to sow political discord in Hong Kong by undermining the protest movement's legitimacy and political positions. And for the first time since June, no tear gas was sacked. Protesters have clashed with police in Hong Kong, who have reportedly fired tear gas and beat activists with batons, according to various media reports.
Isaac Cheng Ka Long, vice chairman of the pro-democracy party Demosisto, said that it is organizing a mass student strike to further advance the movement.
As Hong Kong's unrest continues, some in the city are looking to the less expensive rents, leafy green streets and relative political shelter of neighboring Taiwan as a safe haven. From there, demonstrators made there way to Hong Kong's Central district, despite not having an approved permit to do so.
The American president cautioned that any violent effort by China to quell the unprecedented protests would damage trade negotiations. "But I think this is worth it to find our democracy and freedom".
"We will stand here, we will take action, until they respond to us", said Harley Ho, a 20-year-old social worker who attended Sunday's rally.
"Then they proposed a compromise, which was to have me write a letter of guarantee to ensure that I do not travel.to Hong Kong during this time", Lai said, adding that he had agreed to this after some consideration.