A Hong Kong police officer holds up a flag warning protesters they are violating the national security law, during a demonstration in Causeway Bay on July 1. Photo: Felix Wong A Hong Kong police officer holds up a flag warning protesters they are violating the national security law, during a demonstration in Causeway Bay on July 1. Photo: Felix Wong
A Hong Kong police officer holds up a flag warning protesters they are violating the national security law, during a demonstration in Causeway Bay on July 1. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | National security law: Hong Kong joins roll call of authoritarian regimes

  • Modern-day despotic governments use the new era globalised media and social media to their advantage, instead of having to rely on violence and bloodshed
  • Hong Kong is witnessing the noose tighten on its autonomy and heading towards shades of autocracy that Singaporeans are familiar with

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
A Hong Kong police officer holds up a flag warning protesters they are violating the national security law, during a demonstration in Causeway Bay on July 1. Photo: Felix Wong A Hong Kong police officer holds up a flag warning protesters they are violating the national security law, during a demonstration in Causeway Bay on July 1. Photo: Felix Wong
A Hong Kong police officer holds up a flag warning protesters they are violating the national security law, during a demonstration in Causeway Bay on July 1. Photo: Felix Wong
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