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In Hong Kong one million people protest against Chinese extradition law

In Hong Kong around one million people took part in large protests because the Government wants to introduce a law which will prevent suspected criminals from flocking to this city.  The Government is tightening the laws however critics are saying that the Government only wants to take the judicial system under its hands so that it will no longer remain independent.

However, those who support the law are saying that the Government amendments will mean it will not be able to extradite people who have political or religious charges hanging over their heads.

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