UPHOLDING RULE OF LAW ONLY WAY TO MAKE THINGS RIGHT IN HK: MAINLAND EXPERTS

In the face of serious violence, the only way to resolve the problem in Hong Kong is to return to the framework of the rule of law, a mainland legal expert said Thursday.

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