Hong Kong holds 'vote on reform'

Opposition candidates frame by-elections as a referendum on political reform.

    Hong Kong residents have voted in by-elections which opposition candidates have framed as a referendum on political reform.

    Sunday's elections were triggered when five opposition legislators resigned in January to pressure Beijing to implement full democracy in the former British colony.

    Rob McBride reports for Al Jazeera from the Chinese territory.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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