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Hong Kong on the march – again

Hong Kong people will be on the march again on Sunday to protest the spurious democracy advancement package handed down by the National People’s Congress (NPC) Standing Committee in Beijing last month. But neither Beijing nor the organizers, the Civil Human Rights Front, is keeping their fingers crossed. The Front has officially told the police to expect a 20,000 turnout, a very far cry from the half million who marched in 2003 to protest Article 23 (a Draconian Beijing-backed anti-sedition law), express dissatisfaction with former chief executive Tung Chee-hwa and call for universal suffrage. Full Story

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