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After Hong Kong’s pro-democracy camp scored a landslide victory in the city’s district elections on Nov. 25, Chinese state media have largely kept silent, omitting news of the result in its reports. The city’s residents turned out in record numbers on Nov. 24 to hand pro-democracy parties a resounding victory in the district council elections. Democratic candidates won 388 out of 452 district seats, with over 260 seats swinging to the pro-democracy camp. More than 2.94 million Hongkongers voted, amounting to a record turnout rate of 71.23 percent, resulting in hours-long queues from the polling station extending for blocks. The…

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