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Hentai Hong Kong (CNN)The organizers of the large-scale demonstrations which kicked off Hong Kong’s months-long protest movement  earlier this year returned to the streets again Sunday, in a bid to maintain pressure on the city’s government following the success of pro-democracy groups at recent elections.Tens of thousands of protesters of all ages began assembling at Victoria Park in Causeway Bay at 3 p.m. (2 a.m. ET) under bright blue skies. Many in the crowd could be seen carrying large banners, bearing slogans such as «Free Hong Kong.»

By late afternoon, parts of the city had come to a complete standstill, as crowds attempted to move through the main island to Chater Road close to the main financial hub.

The event, which appeared on course to be the biggest of its kind in recent months, marks the first time since mid-August that a march organized by the Civil Human Rights Front (CHRF) has been granted police approval. The group was responsible for two back-to-back, largely peaceful weekend marches in early June, which it estimates drew a combined total of more than 3 million people.

Protesters gather for what organizers hope will be one of the largest demonstrations since the movement began in June.Protests in the semi-autonomous Chinese city were initially sparked by a now-shelved extradition bill that would have allowed people to be sent across the border to face trial in mainland China, but have since expanded to include calls for greater democracy and government accountability.

Sunday’s march had been widely viewed as test of the movement’s enduring support after six months of occasionally violent unrest — and many of those in attendance voiced frustration with the government and its perceived unwillingness to make concessions.

«We want our demands to be heard, we want universal suffrage,» said one 23-year-old protester, who did not want to be identified. «We want freedom for Hong Kong and for Hong Kong to be managed in a sustainable way,» she added. Hentai 

The organizers had pegged the rally to international Human Rights Day, which falls on December 10 and marks the United Nations’ adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. «Hong Kong’s human rights violations and humanitarian crisis are reaching the tipping point now,» CHRF said in a statement, calling on the city’s government to «uphold its commitment to Universal Declaration of Human Rights and all UN human rights treaties applicable to Hong Kong.» Hentai

Organizers have vowed to keep the protest peaceful, and had reportedly deployed 200 marshals to handle any potential conflicts between marchers and the police. Креветки-фильтраторы (атиопсисы)

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