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before the ultimatum expired at midnight that Chief Secretary Carrie Lam would meet students soon to discuss political reforms but gave no timeframeTens of thousands have taken to Hong Kong’s streets in the past week to demand full democracy including a free voting system when they come to choose a new leader in 2017The protests have ebbed and flowed in the days since police used pepper spray tear gas and baton charges last Sunday to break up the biggest demonstrations seen since the former British colony was handed back to Chinese rule in 1997China rules Hong Kong through a "one country two systems" formula underpinned by a "Basic Law" which accords Hong Kong some autonomy and freedoms not enjoyed on the mainland and with universal suffrage as an eventual goalBeijing however decreed on Aug 31 it would vet candidates who want to run for chief executive at an election in 2017 angering democracy activists who took to the streetsWhile Leung made an apparent concession by offering talks 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