Hong Kong protesters march for ‘genuine universal suffrage’ one month after Carrie Lam elected leader

More than 300 people took to the streets a month after Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor was elected Hong Kong’s next leader, reiterating their call for “genuine universal suffrage” and urging Lam to reopen the now-sealed off government forecourt in a bid …
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