Hong Kong's pro-democracy lawmakers to resign en masse


China has bean tightening its grip this week over the semi autonomous region of Hong Kong and is furious at the reaction The Hong Kong government on Wednesday used a Chinese imposed law to expel four pro democracy legislators. From the local assembly, allegedly on national security grounds 15 of their like minded colleagues and are resigning as a protest, with one of them, unfurling a banner in the assembly, saying that the territories chief executive would stink. For 10,000 years. China seas the resignations as a blatant challenge to its authority, calling them stubborn and confrontational and warning that if the aim was to encourage radical resistance,

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