RETURNING TO RULE OF LAW 'ONLY WAY' FOR HKSAR

Returning to the rule of law is the only way to solve the current problem in Hong Kong, a leading legislator and legal scholar on the mainland said on Thursday as Hong Kong's silent majority raised their voices against violence.

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