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Hong Kong lawyers march in protest against perceived China meddling

Hong Kong lawyers march in protest against perceived China meddling
01/05
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1,800 Hong Kong lawyers dressed in black marched through the city to protest against what they see as Chinese interference, a sign of growing concern about the rule of law in the Asian financial centre and a further act of dissent against Beijing.
Hong Kong lawyers march in protest against perceived China meddling
02/05
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1,800 Hong Kong lawyers dressed in black marched to Court of Final Appeal to protest against what they see as Chinese meddling, a sign of growing concern about the rule of law in the Asian financial centre and a further act of dissent against Beijing.
Hong Kong lawyers march in protest against perceived China meddling
03/05
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Legislator Dennis Kwok and Martin Lee led 1,800 Hong Kong lawyers dressed in black marched to protest against Chinese meddling, a sign of growing concern about the rule of law in the Asian financial centre and a further act of dissent against Beijing.
Hong Kong lawyers march in protest against perceived China meddling
04/05
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Dennis Kwok Wing-hang, Hong Kong Legislative Councillor representing the Legal functional constituency and a founding member of Civic Party, organised the silent march by 1,800 lawyers to protest against perceived Chinese meddling.
Hong Kong lawyers march in protest against perceived China meddling
05/05
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A very small group of pro-Beijing demonstrators heckled the lawyers as they gathered at the High Court in Hong Kong.
  • Hong Kong lawyers march in protest against perceived China meddling
  • Hong Kong lawyers march in protest against perceived China meddling
  • Hong Kong lawyers march in protest against perceived China meddling
  • Hong Kong lawyers march in protest against perceived China meddling
  • Hong Kong lawyers march in protest against perceived China meddling
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1,800 Hong Kong lawyers dressed in black marched through the city to protest against what they see as Chinese interference, a sign of growing concern about the rule of law in the Asian financial centre and a further act of dissent against Beijing.

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