Will protests in Hong Kong continue?

A view shows damages inside the Legislative Council building after protesters stormed it during a demonstration on the anniversary of Hong Kong's handover to China, in Hong Kong, China July 3, 2019. REUTERS/Jorge Silva - RC1DD98BE610

Following the storming of Hong Kong’s Legislative Council building by protesters, Richard Bush weighs in on China’s moves to undermine political freedoms there, how Hong Kong’s government has responded to the ongoing protests, and compares the current demonstrations to 2014’s Umbrella Movement, which occupied major thoroughfares for extended periods.

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