Sunflower movement leaders acquitted over legislature occupation

03/31/2017 02:54 PM
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Taipei, March 31 (CNA) The Taipei District Court ruled on Friday that the main leaders of the 2014 student-led Sunflower Movement -- during which protesters occupied the Legislature for weeks in opposition to a trade-in-services pact with China -- were not guilty of inciting others to commit a crime nor of obstruction of official business or other crimes.

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