Protesters turn on the flashlight of their mobile phones as they mark the first anniversary of the anti-government movement and show their opposition to the incoming national security law for Hong Kong, at Yuen Long MTR station on June 12. Photo: Edmond SoProtesters turn on the flashlight of their mobile phones as they mark the first anniversary of the anti-government movement and show their opposition to the incoming national security law for Hong Kong, at Yuen Long MTR station on June 12. Photo: Edmond So
Protesters turn on the flashlight of their mobile phones as they mark the first anniversary of the anti-government movement and show their opposition to the incoming national security law for Hong Kong, at Yuen Long MTR station on June 12. Photo: Edmond So

Letters | China’s national security law for Hong Kong is a test of trust on either side

  • Every nation needs a national security law for the protection of its people and its own sovereignty
  • Hong Kong has an independent judiciary and a vocal press to guard its core values of the rule of law, and freedom of speech and assembly
Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Protesters turn on the flashlight of their mobile phones as they mark the first anniversary of the anti-government movement and show their opposition to the incoming national security law for Hong Kong, at Yuen Long MTR station on June 12. Photo: Edmond SoProtesters turn on the flashlight of their mobile phones as they mark the first anniversary of the anti-government movement and show their opposition to the incoming national security law for Hong Kong, at Yuen Long MTR station on June 12. Photo: Edmond So
Protesters turn on the flashlight of their mobile phones as they mark the first anniversary of the anti-government movement and show their opposition to the incoming national security law for Hong Kong, at Yuen Long MTR station on June 12. Photo: Edmond So
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