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Hong Kong extradition bill a 'terrible blow' to rule of law: Patten

Reuters Thursday, 6 June 2019 ()
Hong Kong's last British governor Chris Patten said on Thursday a proposed extradition bill allowing suspects to be sent to China for trial is a "terrible blow" to the rule of law and will undermine Hong Kong's reputation as a global financial hub.
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