State Department spokesman Ned Price said Washington was conferring with allies to “speak with one voice” in condemning China’s abuses. Photo: AP State Department spokesman Ned Price said Washington was conferring with allies to “speak with one voice” in condemning China’s abuses. Photo: AP
State Department spokesman Ned Price said Washington was conferring with allies to “speak with one voice” in condemning China’s abuses. Photo: AP

US calls China’s planned electoral changes in Hong Kong a ‘direct attack’ on city’s autonomy

  • ‘If implemented, these measures would drastically undermine Hong Kong democratic institutions,’ State Department spokesman says
  • Biden administration intends to harness ‘collective action’ against Beijing for rights abuses, he says

Topic |   Two Sessions 2021 (Lianghui)
State Department spokesman Ned Price said Washington was conferring with allies to “speak with one voice” in condemning China’s abuses. Photo: AP State Department spokesman Ned Price said Washington was conferring with allies to “speak with one voice” in condemning China’s abuses. Photo: AP
State Department spokesman Ned Price said Washington was conferring with allies to “speak with one voice” in condemning China’s abuses. Photo: AP
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