“Central government firmly supports the universal suffrage in Hong Kong, and its sincerity and determination is unswerving. This kind of sincerity and determination won’t have any change or shake because of the so-called referendum or the scale of the march,” Zhang said.
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Hong Kong marches for democracy
RECORD NUMBERS:Organizers of the annual rally, marking the day that Hong Kong was returned to China in 1997, were expecting the largest turnout since 2003
Reuters, HONG KONG
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