The Hong Kong government came out firing on Tuesday, a day after British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab (pictured) announced the suspension of his country’s extradition treaty with the city. Photo: Reuters The Hong Kong government came out firing on Tuesday, a day after British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab (pictured) announced the suspension of his country’s extradition treaty with the city. Photo: Reuters
The Hong Kong government came out firing on Tuesday, a day after British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab (pictured) announced the suspension of his country’s extradition treaty with the city. Photo: Reuters

National security law: Hong Kong government slams ‘double standards’, ‘interference’ as Britain suspends extradition deal

  • Spokesman says decision to follow Canada and Australia in suspending agreement could create loophole for criminals attempting to evade justice
  • He says ‘UK will bear the consequences if it insists on going down the wrong road’

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
The Hong Kong government came out firing on Tuesday, a day after British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab (pictured) announced the suspension of his country’s extradition treaty with the city. Photo: Reuters The Hong Kong government came out firing on Tuesday, a day after British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab (pictured) announced the suspension of his country’s extradition treaty with the city. Photo: Reuters
The Hong Kong government came out firing on Tuesday, a day after British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab (pictured) announced the suspension of his country’s extradition treaty with the city. Photo: Reuters
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