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

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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