The law’s fourth month in effect has been much of the same amid ongoing criticism from abroad and simmering concern at home. Photo: Dickson Lee The law’s fourth month in effect has been much of the same amid ongoing criticism from abroad and simmering concern at home. Photo: Dickson Lee
The law’s fourth month in effect has been much of the same amid ongoing criticism from abroad and simmering concern at home. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong national security law: more sanctions, criticism and charges mark legislation’s fourth month in force

  • The law’s fourth month in effect has been much of the same amid ongoing criticism from abroad and simmering concern at home
  • The city did, however, appoint a prominent Scottish judge to its top court, in move seen as bid to assure public of judicial independence

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
The law’s fourth month in effect has been much of the same amid ongoing criticism from abroad and simmering concern at home. Photo: Dickson Lee The law’s fourth month in effect has been much of the same amid ongoing criticism from abroad and simmering concern at home. Photo: Dickson Lee
The law’s fourth month in effect has been much of the same amid ongoing criticism from abroad and simmering concern at home. Photo: Dickson Lee
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