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Hundreds protest ahead of Hong Kong election

12:09am JST - 01:01

Hundreds take to the streets of Hong Kong to protest against Beijing's 'interference' in the election for the city's Chief Executive. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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ROUGH CUT. NO REPORTER NARRATION. Hundreds of pro-democracy advocates marched through the streets of Hong Kong on Saturday (March 25) demanding universal suffrage, a day before a small electoral college chooses the city's new Chief Executive. The convener of the Civil Human Rights Front, Au Nok-hin, said that whichever candidate is chosen, it won't be democracy, calling it a "small circle" election. The vast majority of the city's 7.3 million people have no say in their next leader as the winner is to be chosen by a 1,200-person "election committee" stacked with pro-Beijing and pro-establishment loyalists. Three candidates are running for the top post: two former officials, Carrie Lam and John Tsang, and a retired judge, Woo Kwok-hing. Lam is considered the favourite.

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Hundreds protest ahead of Hong Kong election

12:09am JST - 01:01