Two pro-democracy lawmakers on Monday unveiled a bid to reform the public order ordinance through a private member’s bill, saying the current “colonial, draconian and out of date” law had curbed Hongkongers’ freedom of assembly and allowed police to arrest protesters in mass scale.Council Front lawmakers Eddie Chu Hoi-dick and Au Nok-hin proposed reducing the maximum penalty for rioting from its current maximum of 10 years in prison to three years and bringing down the five years for unlawful…