China begins Hong Kong law review after protests

HONG KONG: China began a review of Hong Kong's constitution yesterday just hours after police in the southern city ejected dozens of anti-Beijing protesters from outside the main government office there. 

The review by a top committee of China's parliament was to focus on re-interpreting clauses in Hong Kong's Basic Law setting out how its leaders and lawmakers are chosen. 

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