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New party seeks Hong Kong’s independence, via return to British rule | South China Morning Post


New party seeks Hong Kong’s independence, via return to British rule | South China Morning Post: The first was Hong Kong National Party, formed in late March.

Among the core leaders of the new party is activist Billy Chiu Hin-chung, 31, who said the party was planning to field candidates in the Legislative Council elections in September.

Unlike the National Party, Chiu said they would not aim to make Hong Kong an independent state in one-go, rather, they would want Hong Kong to become a British colony again first before asking Britain to let the city go independent.

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