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Hong Kong Lawyers Protest in Black Against Chinese Government's White Paper

1,800 Hong Kong lawyers dressed in black marched through the city on 27 of June 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. Photo by PH Yang at Demotix.

A total of 1,800 Hong Kong lawyers dressed in black marched through the city on 27 June 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. Photo by PH Yang at Demotix.

The protest is in response to the Chinaese government's recent white paper on the practice of “one country, two systems” in Hong Kong.

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