The government of Hong Kong removed four pro-democracy members of the semi-autonomous city’s legislative council on Wednesday. In response, all pro-democracy legislators resigned in protest. Activists fear it is the most dramatic step yet in Beijing’s effort to end Hong Kong’s British-era independence — and rule of law. Nick Schifrin reports.
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