Chief Executive Carrie Lam discusses the new national security law for Hong Kong on her trip Wednesday to Beijing. Photo: Simon Song
Chief Executive Carrie Lam discusses the new national security law for Hong Kong on her trip Wednesday to Beijing. Photo: Simon Song

Beijing has heard opinion of Hong Kong people and remains ‘very firm’ on national security law for city, Carrie Lam says after visit

  • The central government is looking to safeguard national security as well as the city’s stability through the new law, according to Lam
  • But Civic Party lawmaker Tanya Chan, who convenes a group of opposition parties, has complained that views on the bill were heard in Beijing instead of the city

Chief Executive Carrie Lam discusses the new national security law for Hong Kong on her trip Wednesday to Beijing. Photo: Simon Song
Chief Executive Carrie Lam discusses the new national security law for Hong Kong on her trip Wednesday to Beijing. Photo: Simon Song
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