The Basic Law does not require that the chief executive should be a patriot and love the country beyond what is implicit by its provisions.
The Basic Law does not require that the chief executive should be a patriot and love the country beyond what is implicit by its provisions.

Hongkongers will not accept Beijing's idea of a patriot

Surya Deva says Beijing's definition of a patriot, in the context of Hong Kong's chief executive, is at odds with many Hongkongers' understanding of the term, while also contradicting China's own constitution

The Basic Law does not require that the chief executive should be a patriot and love the country beyond what is implicit by its provisions.
The Basic Law does not require that the chief executive should be a patriot and love the country beyond what is implicit by its provisions.
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