Officers march in front of a banner of the national security law at a ceremony last year. Photo: AFP Officers march in front of a banner of the national security law at a ceremony last year. Photo: AFP
Officers march in front of a banner of the national security law at a ceremony last year. Photo: AFP

National security law: ‘No intent to intimidate,’ Hong Kong police chief says of mass arrests of opposition figures

  • Police commissioner Chris Tang addresses accusations on radio show, insisting police only act on evidence and not political background
  • On criticism over low prosecution rate so far among 55 figures arrested, he says national security offences are serious acts that need deep investigation

Topic |   Hong Kong police
Officers march in front of a banner of the national security law at a ceremony last year. Photo: AFP Officers march in front of a banner of the national security law at a ceremony last year. Photo: AFP
Officers march in front of a banner of the national security law at a ceremony last year. Photo: AFP
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