A senior pro-establishment figure says the central government will not be swayed by opposition to the national security law it is drafting for Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee A senior pro-establishment figure says the central government will not be swayed by opposition to the national security law it is drafting for Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee
A senior pro-establishment figure says the central government will not be swayed by opposition to the national security law it is drafting for Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee

National security law: Beijing will not be deterred by opposition to legislation, Basic Law Committee vice-chairman Maria Tam says

  • There can be no debate with those denying the need for the national legislation, Maria Tam says
  • Activists march on foreign consulates calling for them to impose sanctions against Beijing in retaliation for security law

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
A senior pro-establishment figure says the central government will not be swayed by opposition to the national security law it is drafting for Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee A senior pro-establishment figure says the central government will not be swayed by opposition to the national security law it is drafting for Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee
A senior pro-establishment figure says the central government will not be swayed by opposition to the national security law it is drafting for Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee
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