Chief Executive John Lee meets the media at Central Government Offices on November 28, 2022. Under the latest interpretation of the NPC Standing Committee, the chief executive has unambiguous authority to decide whether to allow overseas lawyers to take part in national security cases. Photo: Sam Tsang
Chief Executive John Lee meets the media at Central Government Offices on November 28, 2022. Under the latest interpretation of the NPC Standing Committee, the chief executive has unambiguous authority to decide whether to allow overseas lawyers to take part in national security cases. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Letters | Beijing’s interpretation on foreign lawyers further safeguards national security

  • Readers discuss how Hong Kong can never be too cautious in matters of national security, and why the national security law is welcomed

Chief Executive John Lee meets the media at Central Government Offices on November 28, 2022. Under the latest interpretation of the NPC Standing Committee, the chief executive has unambiguous authority to decide whether to allow overseas lawyers to take part in national security cases. Photo: Sam Tsang
Chief Executive John Lee meets the media at Central Government Offices on November 28, 2022. Under the latest interpretation of the NPC Standing Committee, the chief executive has unambiguous authority to decide whether to allow overseas lawyers to take part in national security cases. Photo: Sam Tsang
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