Pro-Beijing supporters wave the Hong Kong and national flag to celebrate the passage of the national security law on Tuesday. Photo: Felix Wong Pro-Beijing supporters wave the Hong Kong and national flag to celebrate the passage of the national security law on Tuesday. Photo: Felix Wong
Pro-Beijing supporters wave the Hong Kong and national flag to celebrate the passage of the national security law on Tuesday. Photo: Felix Wong

Mainland Chinese office overseeing national security in Hong Kong ‘puts freedoms at risk’

  • The agency will make policy recommendations to government and pursue cases
  • While the office is supposed to abide by local laws, no Hong Kong authorities have the power to review its activities, worrying scholars

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Pro-Beijing supporters wave the Hong Kong and national flag to celebrate the passage of the national security law on Tuesday. Photo: Felix Wong Pro-Beijing supporters wave the Hong Kong and national flag to celebrate the passage of the national security law on Tuesday. Photo: Felix Wong
Pro-Beijing supporters wave the Hong Kong and national flag to celebrate the passage of the national security law on Tuesday. Photo: Felix Wong
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