How the Chinese Government Messed Up Democracy in Hong Kong (Infographic)

An image of the Hong Kong protests that was censored on Sina Weibo. (HKU)
An image of the Hong Kong protests that was censored on Sina Weibo. (HKU)

If the Chinese Communist Party stuck to a deal it made 30 years ago, there’d be no Umbrella Movement in Hong Kong today.

The pro-democracy protesters have occupied parts of the central business district area and government compounds because they’re tired of the Chinese regime backtracking on promises to hold elections based on universal suffrage for the top political office in Hong Kong.

Learn the key events in Hong Kong’s path to democracy, and Beijing’s attempts to halt it in this infographic:

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Published with permission from Epoch Times. Read the rest of the article here.

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