More than two dozen Hongkongers have been arrested under the national security law since it was adopted on June 30. Photo: Dickson Lee More than two dozen Hongkongers have been arrested under the national security law since it was adopted on June 30. Photo: Dickson Lee
More than two dozen Hongkongers have been arrested under the national security law since it was adopted on June 30. Photo: Dickson Lee

Beijing’s top man in Hong Kong blames colonial mindset for ‘chaos’ in city, but says national security law has restored order

  • Luo Huining, director of the liaison office, also says clinging to colonial legal system lay at heart of last year’s social unrest
  • Some residents ignored ‘fundamental change’ in the city’s constitutional basis after the handover, he says at forum marking National Constitution Day

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
More than two dozen Hongkongers have been arrested under the national security law since it was adopted on June 30. Photo: Dickson Lee More than two dozen Hongkongers have been arrested under the national security law since it was adopted on June 30. Photo: Dickson Lee
More than two dozen Hongkongers have been arrested under the national security law since it was adopted on June 30. Photo: Dickson Lee
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