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Special Report: Hong Kong judges battle Beijing over rule of law as pandemic chills protests

Reuters Tuesday, 14 April 2020
The independence of Hong Kong's judicial system is under assault from the Communist Party leadership in Beijing, senior judges in the city told Reuters, posing the gravest threat to the rule of law since Britain handed its former colony back to Chinese sovereignty in 1997.
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