Secretary for Security John Lee (left) and Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng on a radio programme on Saturday. Photo: Nora TamSecretary for Security John Lee (left) and Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng on a radio programme on Saturday. Photo: Nora Tam
Secretary for Security John Lee (left) and Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng on a radio programme on Saturday. Photo: Nora Tam

National security law: Hong Kong ministers slam Canada for suspending extradition treaty

  • Security minister John Lee and justice secretary Teresa Cheng say Ottawa’s decision is an attempt to interfere in China’s internal affairs
  • Cheng also says that offenders under the new law could be disqualified for life from running for local elections

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Secretary for Security John Lee (left) and Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng on a radio programme on Saturday. Photo: Nora TamSecretary for Security John Lee (left) and Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng on a radio programme on Saturday. Photo: Nora Tam
Secretary for Security John Lee (left) and Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng on a radio programme on Saturday. Photo: Nora Tam
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