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Hong Kong’s extradition bill could pass next week as Legislative Council President Andrew Leung limits ...

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Hong Kong’s extradition bill could pass next week as Legislative Council President Andrew Leung limits ...Hong Kong’s contentious extradition amendment could now be passed as soon as next Thursday, after the legislature’s chief said on Tuesday that only 61 hours would be allocated to scrutinise the bill.Andrew Leung Kwan-yuen, the president of the Legislative Council, made the announcement two days after more than 1 million Hongkongers, according to some estimates, took to streets to protest against the bill.The Legco Commission, which is also chaired by Leung, decided on Monday to close down a… ......
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