One of the leaders of the 2014 Umbrella Movement has vowed to take to the streets again if the Hong Kong government succeeds in unseating him and three other pro-democracy lawmakers, CNN reports.

 

A lawsuit was filed Friday by government lawyers seeking to disqualify Nathan Law and three others, days after a court upheld the barring of two of their colleagues."It's not just about my seat," Law told CNN. "It's about whether those people who voted for me are willing to resist, are wiling to come out on the street and protest."
The 23-year-old easily won his seat during September's parliamentary election, becoming the city's youngest ever lawmaker.

 

 

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