A trend of opposition bodies winding up one after another under obscure circumstances has been seen by some as politically driven in a city perceived as a free and pluralistic society. Photo: Bloomberg
A trend of opposition bodies winding up one after another under obscure circumstances has been seen by some as politically driven in a city perceived as a free and pluralistic society. Photo: Bloomberg
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Hong Kong fears can be eased by clarifying ‘red lines’

  • The winding up of opposition bodies in obscure circumstances has caused concern in the city and authorities need to spell out what is allowed under the national security law

A trend of opposition bodies winding up one after another under obscure circumstances has been seen by some as politically driven in a city perceived as a free and pluralistic society. Photo: Bloomberg
A trend of opposition bodies winding up one after another under obscure circumstances has been seen by some as politically driven in a city perceived as a free and pluralistic society. Photo: Bloomberg
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