A police officer holds up a purple flag warning anti-government protesters they are violating the national security law. Photo: Felix Wong A police officer holds up a purple flag warning anti-government protesters they are violating the national security law. Photo: Felix Wong
A police officer holds up a purple flag warning anti-government protesters they are violating the national security law. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong national security law: 26 arrests so far, resignation of a foreign judge, and suspension of a middle school pupil mark third month

  • Justice James Spigelman resigned on September 2, two years ahead of schedule, as a non-permanent judge of the Court of Final Appeal
  • City’s leader Carrie Lam says the legal system and rule of law are ‘as robust as ever’

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
A police officer holds up a purple flag warning anti-government protesters they are violating the national security law. Photo: Felix Wong A police officer holds up a purple flag warning anti-government protesters they are violating the national security law. Photo: Felix Wong
A police officer holds up a purple flag warning anti-government protesters they are violating the national security law. Photo: Felix Wong
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