Anti-government protesters wave Hong Kong independence flags in Causeway Bay on Wednesday. Photo: Winson Wong Anti-government protesters wave Hong Kong independence flags in Causeway Bay on Wednesday. Photo: Winson Wong
Anti-government protesters wave Hong Kong independence flags in Causeway Bay on Wednesday. Photo: Winson Wong

National security law: will Hong Kong residents find themselves in hot water by chanting separatist slogans?

  • A police source says anyone uttering such slogans could be arrested
  • Justice minister Teresa Cheng does not give a straight answer when asked whether chanting ‘Hong Kong independence’ is prohibited

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Anti-government protesters wave Hong Kong independence flags in Causeway Bay on Wednesday. Photo: Winson Wong Anti-government protesters wave Hong Kong independence flags in Causeway Bay on Wednesday. Photo: Winson Wong
Anti-government protesters wave Hong Kong independence flags in Causeway Bay on Wednesday. Photo: Winson Wong
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