Hong Kong’s democracy movement fears new setback in legislative vote

HONG KONG (NYTIMES) – Hong Kong’s pro-democracy camp fears the movement could be dealt a further setback when voters go the polls Sunday (March 11). The expected loss of seats in the territory’s legislature, democracy activists say, is the result of a …
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