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China in outcome bans dual pro-democracy politicians from bureau in Hong Kong

China’s council on Monday in outcome criminialized dual pro-independence politicians from Hong Kong’s legislature, a pierce that undermines a city’s courts and triggers fears a eccentric law is during risk.

Thousands took to a streets Sunday night in aroused clashes with troops forward of a decision. Many noticed it as an try to shillelagh a flourishing autonomy transformation in a semiautonomous territory. Police used peppers spray; protesters used bricks. Authorities arrested dual people.

China’s National People’s Congress Standing Committee, in dogmatic a interpretation, pronounced separatist discussions “divide a country” and mistreat inhabitant unity.

During their irreverence in to Hong Kong’s legislature final month, new member Sixtus Leung and Yau Wai-ching unfurled a ensign that read, “Hong Kong is NOT China,” and affianced devotion to what they called a “Hong Kong nation” instead of China.

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Special correspondents Law and Meyers reported from Hong Kong and Beijing, respectively.

Article source: http://www.latimes.com/world/asia/la-fg-china-hong-kong-20161106-story.html

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