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HONG KONG - (AP) A senior Chinese official's comments that
some restrictions on universal suffrage in Hong Kong would be within
international norms raised doubts Tuesday about Beijing's commitment to genuine
democracy in the former British colony.
For years, Hong Kong activists have argued that the wealthy financial hub of 7
million people is ready to elect its political leaders, ... Subscribers to
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