The EU said Hong Kong officials should have consulted the public more widely on such a sensitive topic as the extradition changes. Photo: EPA

European Union voices concern over Hong Kong’s plan to allow extraditions to mainland China

  • The 28-member bloc becomes first foreign governmental body to officially air worries over Security Bureau’s plan
  • Cites ‘effect amendments could have on EU citizens, either residing in Hong Kong or passing through’
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill

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The EU said Hong Kong officials should have consulted the public more widely on such a sensitive topic as the extradition changes. Photo: EPA
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