Members of the pro-democracy Demosisto Party had out fliers opposing Beijing’s controversial national security law. Photo: AFP Members of the pro-democracy Demosisto Party had out fliers opposing Beijing’s controversial national security law. Photo: AFP
Members of the pro-democracy Demosisto Party had out fliers opposing Beijing’s controversial national security law. Photo: AFP

International opposition mounts against China’s proposed security law for Hong Kong

  • British, Australian and Canadian foreign ministers stress that Sino-British Joint Declaration remains legally binding
  • EU says ‘democratic debate, consultation of key stakeholders and respect for protected rights and freedoms in Hong Kong’ needed before passing law

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Members of the pro-democracy Demosisto Party had out fliers opposing Beijing’s controversial national security law. Photo: AFP Members of the pro-democracy Demosisto Party had out fliers opposing Beijing’s controversial national security law. Photo: AFP
Members of the pro-democracy Demosisto Party had out fliers opposing Beijing’s controversial national security law. Photo: AFP
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