ABC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 21, 1996
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.
(Hong Kong: Jim Laurie) China's appointment of a new provisional legislature that will replace the elected one when Hong Kong takes over from Britain next year featured. [Governor of Hong Kong Chris PATTEN, Hong Kong chief executive designate TUNG Chee-hwa - comment.] The concern that the new legislature will muzzle free expression in Hong Kong noted. [Democratic Party leader Martin LEE - says Beijing can now pass any repressive law it wants.]
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