Losing patience with Hong Kong’s lawmakers, Beijing has moved to draft national security legislation for the city, expected to come into effect soon. Illustration: Perry Tse

Hong Kong protests: alarmed by violence, especially at PolyU and Chinese University, Beijing drafted national security law for city

  • Few had read between the lines when Beijing signalled last October it had run out of patience over the national security law
  • A source has described Beijing’s frustration with the inaction of Hong Kong’s pro-establishment camp regarding Article 23
Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Losing patience with Hong Kong’s lawmakers, Beijing has moved to draft national security legislation for the city, expected to come into effect soon. Illustration: Perry Tse
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