ALL laws which breached the Bill of Rights would be amended, including the controversial Official Secrets Act, the Government said yesterday. Secretary for Home Affairs Michael Suen Ming-yeung said four amendment bills would be gazetted this legislative year in accordance with the Bill, despite opposition from China. The bills covered correctional services, mental health treatment, matrimonial rules and dissemination of information. Mr Suen believed Beijing would not object to the changes, since they were not controversial. But that did not mean the Government was choosing only to amend laws which would not offend China. 'We put forward four pieces of legislation which are not so controversial this year because many bills which are controversial have been changed,' he said. Mr Suen said the administration would continue to explain to Beijing its position on the Bill of Rights.