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Hong Kong lawmaker says, "I don't know how I can protect myself"

CBS News Wednesday, 12 August 2020
"We were supposed to have rule of law. But now it's rule by law, or even rule by fear," pro-democracy legislator Tanya Chan told CBS News.
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