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Exhaustion took its toll on Hong Kong’s demonstrators on Tuesday when only a few hundred activists were left at the main protest camp and their leaders agreed to negotiate with the government.
Alex Chow, a protest leader, said the talks would end if the government tried to clear the demonstrators by force. The occupation would be called off “when - and only when - the government promises something, otherwise it is impossible to persuade the people to quit,” he said.
originally posted by: 0bservant
It's a pitty that a nation that values such loyalty to superiors can stand up for themselves and against their superiors... yet here in Canada we can't get a rally together to save our lives (literally)