Western allies say China broke HK deal by ousting lawmakers

The United States, Britain, Australia, Canada and New Zealand on Wednesday accused China of violating its legally binding international commitments by ousting pro-democracy lawmakers from Hong Kong’s legislature.

The foreign ministers of the five allies said China was going against its 1984 promise that it would preserve autonomy in the financial hub after then British colony’s handover in 1997.…

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