Tue, Sep 02, 2014

HK activists fight China vote limits

Hong Kong pro-democracy activists yesterday heckled a top Chinese official, setting the stage for disruptive protests against the mainland’s landmark decision to limit voting reforms, but Beijing insisted that there would be no turning back. Li Fei (李飛), deputy secretary-general ...FULL STORY

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