The Hong Kong government holds an oath-taking ceremony for undersecretaries and political assistants at the Central Government Offices in Tamar on December 16, 2020. Photo: SCMP The Hong Kong government holds an oath-taking ceremony for undersecretaries and political assistants at the Central Government Offices in Tamar on December 16, 2020. Photo: SCMP
The Hong Kong government holds an oath-taking ceremony for undersecretaries and political assistants at the Central Government Offices in Tamar on December 16, 2020. Photo: SCMP

Hong Kong’s national security law eight months on: arrests, moves to ensure ‘patriots’ take charge, university cuts off student union

  • From crackdown on opposition to worsening row with Britain, new law continues to make impact
  • Bill to make district councillors take oath of allegiance sends a chill, hints some may be ousted

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
The Hong Kong government holds an oath-taking ceremony for undersecretaries and political assistants at the Central Government Offices in Tamar on December 16, 2020. Photo: SCMP The Hong Kong government holds an oath-taking ceremony for undersecretaries and political assistants at the Central Government Offices in Tamar on December 16, 2020. Photo: SCMP
The Hong Kong government holds an oath-taking ceremony for undersecretaries and political assistants at the Central Government Offices in Tamar on December 16, 2020. Photo: SCMP
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