Tuesday, September 1, 2015   

Low turnout won't end Occupy movement
(05-29 18:22)

The organizers of Occupy Central say a low turnout in a mock referendum at the end of June won't result in the civil disobedience movement being scrapped.
They said yesterday they would step down from their leadership roles if fewer than 100,000 people cast their ballot between June 20 and 22 on three models for picking the next Chief Executive. --RTHK   
Other Hong Kong breaking news:
Beijing bought 62 new flats in HK, report says (2 hrs 20 mins ago)
Leung leads delegation to Beijing military parade (2 hrs 37 mins ago)
Security chief off to Beijing (2 hrs 40 mins ago)
HK reports HK$31.7b deficit (08-31 18:07)
Retail sales fall for fifth month (08-31 17:59)
Home loan applications and approvals fall in July (08-31 17:39)
Primary one application forms available from Wednesday (08-31 15:33)
Transport chief leaves for bridge discussions (08-31 13:57)
Lau Siu-kai sees no impact from Beijing overtures on local polls (08-31 12:49)
Three activists jailed for Legco lobby protest (08-28 21:50)

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