The mood in Hong Kong’s pan-democratic camp is despondent, with 55 opposition activists arrested under the national security law. Illustration: Henry Wong The mood in Hong Kong’s pan-democratic camp is despondent, with 55 opposition activists arrested under the national security law. Illustration: Henry Wong
The mood in Hong Kong’s pan-democratic camp is despondent, with 55 opposition activists arrested under the national security law. Illustration: Henry Wong

National security law and Hong Kong’s opposition camp: down but not out, can bloc reinvent itself as a loyal Beijing critic?

  • The mood in Hong Kong’s pan-democratic camp is despondent, with 55 opposition activists arrested under the national security law
  • Experts feel it will be tough for the parties to survive for long in the face of crackdown, but they could gradually become pressure groups

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
The mood in Hong Kong’s pan-democratic camp is despondent, with 55 opposition activists arrested under the national security law. Illustration: Henry Wong The mood in Hong Kong’s pan-democratic camp is despondent, with 55 opposition activists arrested under the national security law. Illustration: Henry Wong
The mood in Hong Kong’s pan-democratic camp is despondent, with 55 opposition activists arrested under the national security law. Illustration: Henry Wong
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