Former lawmaker Au Nok-hin has stepped down from his role as an organiser of the opposition’s recent primary, citing warnings from Beijing that the poll might have breached Hong Kong’s new national security law. Photo: Dickson Lee Former lawmaker Au Nok-hin has stepped down from his role as an organiser of the opposition’s recent primary, citing warnings from Beijing that the poll might have breached Hong Kong’s new national security law. Photo: Dickson Lee
Former lawmaker Au Nok-hin has stepped down from his role as an organiser of the opposition’s recent primary, citing warnings from Beijing that the poll might have breached Hong Kong’s new national security law. Photo: Dickson Lee

National security law: former Hong Kong lawmaker who helped guide opposition primary steps down amid Beijing warnings

  • The 33-year-old points to recent statements citing potential national security law breaches in withdrawing from opposition task force.
  • Group of winners vow to remain defiant, labelling themselves a new ‘resistance bloc’ in Hong Kong politics

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Former lawmaker Au Nok-hin has stepped down from his role as an organiser of the opposition’s recent primary, citing warnings from Beijing that the poll might have breached Hong Kong’s new national security law. Photo: Dickson Lee Former lawmaker Au Nok-hin has stepped down from his role as an organiser of the opposition’s recent primary, citing warnings from Beijing that the poll might have breached Hong Kong’s new national security law. Photo: Dickson Lee
Former lawmaker Au Nok-hin has stepped down from his role as an organiser of the opposition’s recent primary, citing warnings from Beijing that the poll might have breached Hong Kong’s new national security law. Photo: Dickson Lee
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