Article 45 Concern Group
|Basic Law Article 45 Concern Group|
Basic Law Article 45 Concern Group is a pro-democracy political group in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China. It was established on 14 November 2003 by legal practitioners and academics. It currently has four seats in the Legislative Council of Hong Kong.
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... Concern started to grow among Hong Kong residents later about Articles 45 and 68 of the Basic Law in 2004 ... other barristers including Margaret Ng and Ronny Tong, formed the Basic Law Article 45 Concern Group that advocated fully democratic processes in the form of universal suffrage in ...
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