Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam was forced to suspend her annual policy address after being heckled in the city’s parliament.
Opposition lawmakers disrupted the session by shouting and projecting slogans from the start of her speech.
Hong Kong has experienced months of anti-government protests.
Parliament resumed today for the first time since it was stormed by protesters in July.
At the root of the chaos is a bill put forward in June, that seeks to allow extradition to China.
The bill has since been suspended, but can only be withdrawn if the legislative council convenes