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HONG KONG – A Hong Kong court has disqualified a pair of newly elected separatist lawmakers from taking office after they swore and used anti-China insults while giving their oath to be sworn in.
Hong Kong's high court ruled Tuesday that Sixtus Leung and Yau Wai-Ching of the Youngspiration party contravened a section of the semiautonomous Chinese city's constitution covering oaths taken by officials.