The central government “will listen” to Lam’s views over the legislation, according to an official statement. Photo: Robert Ng The central government “will listen” to Lam’s views over the legislation, according to an official statement. Photo: Robert Ng
The central government “will listen” to Lam’s views over the legislation, according to an official statement. Photo: Robert Ng

National security law: Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam to visit Beijing, opposition lawmaker banned from questioning legislation

  • The chief executive, travelling with the city’s top legal and security officials, will reflect her views and public concerns about the new law
  • In Hong Kong, Lam’s deputy sparked further controversy by getting the head of the city’s legislature to ban an opposition politician from asking about it

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
The central government “will listen” to Lam’s views over the legislation, according to an official statement. Photo: Robert Ng The central government “will listen” to Lam’s views over the legislation, according to an official statement. Photo: Robert Ng
The central government “will listen” to Lam’s views over the legislation, according to an official statement. Photo: Robert Ng
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