VIDEO: China Advances Case Against Rights Activist

Police urge prosecutors to indict a key figure in one of China’s New Citizens Movement for organizing protests over access to education and government transparency. The WSJ’s Deborah Kan speaks with law professor Michael Davis from the University of Hong Kong.

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