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Hong Kongers march for democracy

Hong Kong's basic law provides for citizens to choose the people who govern them but 16 years after the territory was handed back to China, Hong Kongers remain without the right to a free vote. While some celebrated reunification with China on July 1, over 100,000 marched against the current chief executive, CY Leung, and to demand their right to universal suffrage. Tom Griggs reports.