Hong Kong’s leader Carrie Lam (second left) said she did not discuss the controversial national security legislation with China’s President Xi Jinping, but stressed that the city had a constitutional responsibility to enact it. Photo: ISD Hong Kong’s leader Carrie Lam (second left) said she did not discuss the controversial national security legislation with China’s President Xi Jinping, but stressed that the city had a constitutional responsibility to enact it. Photo: ISD
Hong Kong’s leader Carrie Lam (second left) said she did not discuss the controversial national security legislation with China’s President Xi Jinping, but stressed that the city had a constitutional responsibility to enact it. Photo: ISD
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Hong Kong has responsibility to enact national security law, Lam says, pledging to create ‘favourable environment’ for it

The city’s chief executive said this after her three-day maiden duty visit to Beijing

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Hong Kong’s leader Carrie Lam (second left) said she did not discuss the controversial national security legislation with China’s President Xi Jinping, but stressed that the city had a constitutional responsibility to enact it. Photo: ISD Hong Kong’s leader Carrie Lam (second left) said she did not discuss the controversial national security legislation with China’s President Xi Jinping, but stressed that the city had a constitutional responsibility to enact it. Photo: ISD
Hong Kong’s leader Carrie Lam (second left) said she did not discuss the controversial national security legislation with China’s President Xi Jinping, but stressed that the city had a constitutional responsibility to enact it. Photo: ISD
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