Hong Kong’s riot police were out in force again on Sunday as people took to the streets to protest against the new national security law. Photo: May Tse Hong Kong’s riot police were out in force again on Sunday as people took to the streets to protest against the new national security law. Photo: May Tse
Hong Kong’s riot police were out in force again on Sunday as people took to the streets to protest against the new national security law. Photo: May Tse

Two sessions: national security law will not damage Hong Kong’s freedoms, Chinese foreign minister says

  • Legislation will have no impact on city’s ‘high degree of autonomy, rights and freedoms of residents, or legitimate rights and interests of foreign investors’, Wang Yi says
  • Law aims only at a ‘very narrow category of acts that seriously jeopardise national security’

Topic |   Two Sessions 2020 (Lianghui)
Hong Kong’s riot police were out in force again on Sunday as people took to the streets to protest against the new national security law. Photo: May Tse Hong Kong’s riot police were out in force again on Sunday as people took to the streets to protest against the new national security law. Photo: May Tse
Hong Kong’s riot police were out in force again on Sunday as people took to the streets to protest against the new national security law. Photo: May Tse
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