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China eyes change in how Hong Kong's chief executive is chosen, official says

BEIJING (Reuters) - The method for selection of Hong Kong’s chief executive needs to change, a Chinese parliament official said on Friday, as he explained Beijing’s plan for massive electoral reform in the Asian financial hub.

The change will be reflected in amendments to Annex I and II of Hong Kong’s Basic Law, Wang Chen, a vice chairman of China’s parliament standing committee, told a legislature session.

Reporting by Yew Lun Tian; Editing by Clarence Fernandez

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