Sai Kung District Council chairman Chung Kam-lun, was among 53 people arrested on Wednesday under the national security law. Photo: May Tse Sai Kung District Council chairman Chung Kam-lun, was among 53 people arrested on Wednesday under the national security law. Photo: May Tse
Sai Kung District Council chairman Chung Kam-lun, was among 53 people arrested on Wednesday under the national security law. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong national security law: government says Western nations guilty of ‘double standards’ by criticising mass arrests

  • Safeguarding national security through legislation is in line with international practice, spokesman says
  • Foreign ministers of US, Canada, Britain and Australia issued joint statement condemning last week’s crackdown on more than 50 opposition activists

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Sai Kung District Council chairman Chung Kam-lun, was among 53 people arrested on Wednesday under the national security law. Photo: May Tse Sai Kung District Council chairman Chung Kam-lun, was among 53 people arrested on Wednesday under the national security law. Photo: May Tse
Sai Kung District Council chairman Chung Kam-lun, was among 53 people arrested on Wednesday under the national security law. Photo: May Tse
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