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

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