Protesters gather in Causeway Bay at the start of a march to Wan Chai on May 24 to protest against the central government’s proposed enactment of a national security law. The central government’s decision to enact the law instead of waiting for Hong Kong’s government to do so has triggered a new wave of protests in the city. Photo: Sam Tsang Protesters gather in Causeway Bay at the start of a march to Wan Chai on May 24 to protest against the central government’s proposed enactment of a national security law. The central government’s decision to enact the law instead of waiting for Hong Kong’s government to do so has triggered a new wave of protests in the city. Photo: Sam Tsang
Protesters gather in Causeway Bay at the start of a march to Wan Chai on May 24 to protest against the central government’s proposed enactment of a national security law. The central government’s decision to enact the law instead of waiting for Hong Kong’s government to do so has triggered a new wave of protests in the city. Photo: Sam Tsang

Letters | China’s national security law for Hong Kong: bad news not just for city but Taiwan reunification plans as well

  • The central government enacting laws for Hong Kong threatens the values and systems the city prides itself on, including the power to pass its own legislation
  • Beijing repeatedly condemns the opposition for destroying Hong Kong, but its disrespect for Hong Kong’s freedoms and autonomy is driving the city to the brink

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Protesters gather in Causeway Bay at the start of a march to Wan Chai on May 24 to protest against the central government’s proposed enactment of a national security law. The central government’s decision to enact the law instead of waiting for Hong Kong’s government to do so has triggered a new wave of protests in the city. Photo: Sam Tsang Protesters gather in Causeway Bay at the start of a march to Wan Chai on May 24 to protest against the central government’s proposed enactment of a national security law. The central government’s decision to enact the law instead of waiting for Hong Kong’s government to do so has triggered a new wave of protests in the city. Photo: Sam Tsang
Protesters gather in Causeway Bay at the start of a march to Wan Chai on May 24 to protest against the central government’s proposed enactment of a national security law. The central government’s decision to enact the law instead of waiting for Hong Kong’s government to do so has triggered a new wave of protests in the city. Photo: Sam Tsang
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