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On Sunday, police in Macau shut down polling stations and detained five people involved in staging an unofficial democracy referendum inspired
Bill Chou Kwok-ping, an associate professor of political science at the University of Macau, believes that the university refused to renew his
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Taking a cue from Hong Kong, where last month an unofficial poll on electoral reform gathered nearly 800,000 votes, activists in the semi-autonomous
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