Hong Kong – Hong Kong’s most prominent democracy activists have disappeared from view as their prosecution under a security law drags into its second year, with lawyers and family members warning the defendants are losing faith in the courts.
The 47 activists make up a swathe of the city’s depleted democracy movement, from veteran former lawmakers to young firebrands and community organizers as well as academics and unionists.
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