There is a thin, easily abused, line between protecting the nation and stifling dissent.
There is a thin, easily abused, line between protecting the nation and stifling dissent.

Until society trusts the authorities, there can be no national security legislation in Hong Kong

Wilson Leung says authorities need to regain the public's confidence before seeking to enact national security laws, and the best way to do that would be to fulfil their promise of universal suffrage

There is a thin, easily abused, line between protecting the nation and stifling dissent.
There is a thin, easily abused, line between protecting the nation and stifling dissent.
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