Police detain protesters who had gathered in opposition to the national security law, in Wan Chai on May 27. Photo: Winson Wong Police detain protesters who had gathered in opposition to the national security law, in Wan Chai on May 27. Photo: Winson Wong
Police detain protesters who had gathered in opposition to the national security law, in Wan Chai on May 27. Photo: Winson Wong

Letters | National security law will not fix what lies at the root of Hong Kong discontent

  • Hong Kong’s protest movement shares some similarities with demonstrations that took place in Spain and Brazil in recent years
  • These largely decentralised, youth-led movements demanded better governance, an end to inequality and other reforms beyond the national security law’s scope

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Police detain protesters who had gathered in opposition to the national security law, in Wan Chai on May 27. Photo: Winson Wong Police detain protesters who had gathered in opposition to the national security law, in Wan Chai on May 27. Photo: Winson Wong
Police detain protesters who had gathered in opposition to the national security law, in Wan Chai on May 27. Photo: Winson Wong
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