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Hong Kong’s Protesters Finally Have (Some) Power

Newly elected representatives are among those trying to turn the demonstrations into a permanent prodemocracy movement.

Prior to his second-ever district-council meeting last week, Napo Wong, elected just a couple of months ago, chatted with constituents who voiced concern for protesters arrested during recent demonstrations here.

  • Timothy McLaughlin
  • The Atlantic

The residents who remembered Hong Kong’s wildly corrupt police force of decades ago worried about what might be happening to demonstrators once they were loaded onto vans or detained for …

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