Foriegn Workers push for public assembly rights

Taipei, Sept. 12 (CNA) Around 50 foreign workers from Southeast Asia and activists protested in front of the Taipei Railway Station on Sunday, demanding the right to gather in public places after a controversial move by the station to close parts of its lobby.

Protesters held placards reading "anti-racism" and shouted "If Hong Kong can, why can't Taiwan?" in front of the station.

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