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Martin Lee also called the Hong Kong's "father of democracy" and the most hated by chinese government, during a rally organized after the resignation of five members of the pan-democrats, january 27 2010 evening, asking for "democracy now !". Lee is banned from visiting the mainland China because of his role in leading protests in Hong-kong after Tiananmen 1989 events. This 70 years old politician has fought for electoral freedom, he is now retired but stays a reference for democrats who have acclaimed him a long time during his speech this 01/27.

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Hong-Kong, A Wind of Democracy
Martin Lee also called the Hong Kong's "father of democracy" and the most hated by chinese government, during a rally organized after the resignation of five members of the pan-democrats, january 27 2010 evening, asking for "democracy now !". Lee is banned from visiting the mainland China because of his role in leading protests in Hong-kong after Tiananmen 1989 events. This 70 years old politician has fought for electoral freedom, he is now retired but stays a reference for democrats who have acclaimed him a long time during his speech this 01/27.