A new US report notes that with the enactment of the national security law in Hong Kong, the targets of repression expanded from individuals to organisations. Photo: AP
A new US report notes that with the enactment of the national security law in Hong Kong, the targets of repression expanded from individuals to organisations. Photo: AP

New US report outlines ‘devastating effect’ of national security law on Hong Kong

  • The study by the Congressional-Executive Commission on China says the city’s ‘once-dynamic civil society’ has been ‘dismantled’ over the last two years
  • ‘Hong Kong’s Civil Society: From an Open City to a City of Fear’ draws on 42 interviews conducted this year with people from a variety of professions

A new US report notes that with the enactment of the national security law in Hong Kong, the targets of repression expanded from individuals to organisations. Photo: AP
A new US report notes that with the enactment of the national security law in Hong Kong, the targets of repression expanded from individuals to organisations. Photo: AP
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