Article 23 of the Basic Law was shelved following massive demonstrations against the Hong Kong government in 2003. Photo: Dickson Lee
Rachel Cartland
Opinion

Opinion

Rachel Cartland

Enacting Article 23 national security laws in Hong Kong would be better than the current legal uncertainties

Rachel Cartland says Hong Kong needs to restart plans to implement national security legislation, given the government’s use of ad hoc measures against political figures

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Article 23 of the Basic Law was shelved following massive demonstrations against the Hong Kong government in 2003. Photo: Dickson Lee
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