Wednesday, October 22, 2014   

Students may not agree to further talks with govt
(2 hrs 56 mins ago)

The Hong Kong Federation of Students indicated on Wednesday that it may not agree to any further talks with the government over political reform.
Secretary-General Alex Chow Yong-kang said he could not see any "practical need" for more discussions.
He said the government's proposed concessions made during initial talks on the issue on Tuesday, including a proposal to set up a long-term platform to discuss political reform, were practical solutions. --RTHK   
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