| Globaltimes.cn | 2013-10-23 19:03:00
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| Hong Kong government|
Hong Kong government will seek justice for the families of the victims and injured people in the Hong Kong hostage crisis in Manila three years ago.
-- Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying said October 22 in Beijing
| Chinese central government|
China on October 7 urged the Philippines to take substantial measures to properly resolve the Manila hostage crisis which left eight Hong Kong tourists dead three years ago.
"We urge the Philippine government to pay high attention to the requirements and concerns of the family members of those victims, take substantial measures so as to properly resolve the issue at an early date."
-- Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying
| Philippine government|
Philippine central government will not apologize to Hong Kong for the Manila hostage crisis in 2010.
"When we apologize then it admits that we are at fault as a country, as a government and as a people. And we pointed out that from our perspective, there is one lone gunman responsible for this tragedy."
-- Benigno Aquino III
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| Manila government|
The City Council of Manila has passed a resolution granting authority to Mayor Joseph Estrada to personally apologize to Hong Kong for the 2010 hostage crisis.
| Crisis survivors|
For three years, survivors and relatives of the victims have been demanding an apology from the Philippine government, an offer of compensations, punishment for the officials responsible for the bungled police operation and improvements to tourist safety but the Philippine government never offered an apology or compensations.
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