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nnnnn , nnnnn , for the t. v. cameras , today is not the end , all of the democratic movement , but to the contrary this is the starting point of another wave of democratic movement , then called on beijing to come up with the new electoral system that offers hong kong people a real choice over who runs the city the roadmap projected here today would have seen voters forced to choose from hand picked candidates , many of the lawmakers who supported the bill were not in the building when the voting took place moments before it started almost all of the pro establishment and probation lawmakers voted with their feet and staged a walkout today's decision output hong kong and beijing leaders in limbo it shows that lawmakers still want to put a stamp on how rules are made here and assert a separate identity for this city which was handed over to china almost two decades ago whole , after the pro democracy protests captured global attention last year beijing has warned that further unrest could threaten this financial center clearly this is a city that is still divided over its future nnnnn