The Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office has accused foreign critics of recent opposition arrests of seeking to foment “colour revolution”. Photo: AFP The Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office has accused foreign critics of recent opposition arrests of seeking to foment “colour revolution”. Photo: AFP
The Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office has accused foreign critics of recent opposition arrests of seeking to foment “colour revolution”. Photo: AFP

Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office lashes out at foreign countries over condemnation of mass opposition arrests

  • The office accused the four foreign nations that had criticised the arrests of seeking to foment ‘colour revolution’ to overthrow China’s constitutional order
  • Australia, Canada, Britain and the US had expressed concerns about 55 opposition figures being rounded up for taking part in unofficial primary elections

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
The Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office has accused foreign critics of recent opposition arrests of seeking to foment “colour revolution”. Photo: AFP The Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office has accused foreign critics of recent opposition arrests of seeking to foment “colour revolution”. Photo: AFP
The Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office has accused foreign critics of recent opposition arrests of seeking to foment “colour revolution”. Photo: AFP
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