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HK protests ++++++++++++ HK activists vowed to fight a Chinese government +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Democratic groups in Hong Kong have vowed to fight a Chinese government ruling that effectively gives China control over the candidat

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HK protests ++++++++++++ HK activists vowed to fight a Chinese government +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Democratic groups in Hong Kong have vowed to fight a Chinese government ruling that effectively gives China control over the candidates for the next leadership election. The election, due in 2017, will be the first in which the Hong Kong chief executive is directly chosen by voters. However, China's legislature ruled the candidates must be approved by more than half of a special nominating body. Angry democracy activists vowed to take over the Central business district. Co-founder of the Occupy Central protest group, Benny Tai Yiu-ting, said: "This is the end of any dialogue. In the next few weeks, Occupy Central will start wave after wave of action. He also said "We will organise a full-scale act of occupying Central."