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nnnnn contentious debate on how hong kong will elect its leaders is under way and everyone in this city of seven million has an opinion on which way it should go among the most vocal today groups of probation protesters were rallying i'm ready to start just outside the legislative council and hong kong and despite lying feels like very well organized and contain protests right now there is definitely an arab tension bubbling under the surface here with security hime police are looking for any signs of breaches or violence especially after a hidden cachet of explosives was found earlier this week , politicians are wrangling over , beijing , reform package that would let all hong kong residents , in the next leadership election two years from , it only from a pool of how , candidates , the debate is expected to stretch into tomorrow with lawmakers expected to veto the bill which would leave this special administrative region of china in limbo nnnnn , a sigh of relief , but there's still a long fight ahead because hong kong hasn't changed , we're fighting for the status quo but if it's passed our situation worsened dramatically police are also waiting and wondering whether a core umbrella youth movement will reemerge once again blocking city streets for beijing it will be a test of patience towards a territory it is ruled for almost twenty years but were many want to maintain a separate identity