National People’s Congress delegates voted last month in support of a resolution for Hong Kong’s national security law, a draft of which is now expected to be published on Saturday. Photo: Kyodo National People’s Congress delegates voted last month in support of a resolution for Hong Kong’s national security law, a draft of which is now expected to be published on Saturday. Photo: Kyodo
National People’s Congress delegates voted last month in support of a resolution for Hong Kong’s national security law, a draft of which is now expected to be published on Saturday. Photo: Kyodo

National security law: commission headed by Hong Kong leader and supervised by Beijing to oversee new legislation

  • City’s leader will also have the right to appoint former or incumbent judges – meaning foreign ones will not be expressly ruled out as previously feared
  • Details were outlined hours after China’s top legislative body concluded its three-day meeting on laws that included the new national security legislation

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
National People’s Congress delegates voted last month in support of a resolution for Hong Kong’s national security law, a draft of which is now expected to be published on Saturday. Photo: Kyodo National People’s Congress delegates voted last month in support of a resolution for Hong Kong’s national security law, a draft of which is now expected to be published on Saturday. Photo: Kyodo
National People’s Congress delegates voted last month in support of a resolution for Hong Kong’s national security law, a draft of which is now expected to be published on Saturday. Photo: Kyodo
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