Anti-government protesters voice their opposition to the national security law on June 12. Photo: Dickson Lee Anti-government protesters voice their opposition to the national security law on June 12. Photo: Dickson Lee
Anti-government protesters voice their opposition to the national security law on June 12. Photo: Dickson Lee

National security law: Hong Kong courts should have full jurisdiction over prosecutions, political heavyweights say

  • Former Legislative Council president Jasper Tsang calls for jurisdiction to reside with Hong Kong judges, with law not applying retrospectively
  • Executive councillor Ronny Tong backs principle that Beijing law imposed on Hong Kong will have the safeguards of local judicial system

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Anti-government protesters voice their opposition to the national security law on June 12. Photo: Dickson Lee Anti-government protesters voice their opposition to the national security law on June 12. Photo: Dickson Lee
Anti-government protesters voice their opposition to the national security law on June 12. Photo: Dickson Lee
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