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More protests against security bill in Hong Kong
AFAR
7/15/2003



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[Hong Kong, July 16, 2003]Since the July 1 mass protest by 500,000 Hong Kong residents, more demonstrations have been held in an effort to stop Article 23 or the so-called "anti-subversive law" imposed upon Hong Kong by Beijing. Residents are concerned that this bill will bring Beijing-style dictatorship in Hong Kong and that their freedoms will be curbed as a result.

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