Albert Ho (centre left) gives a speech at the June 4 vigil at Victoria Park in Causeway Bay in 2018. Photo: Nora Tam Albert Ho (centre left) gives a speech at the June 4 vigil at Victoria Park in Causeway Bay in 2018. Photo: Nora Tam
Albert Ho (centre left) gives a speech at the June 4 vigil at Victoria Park in Causeway Bay in 2018. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong national security law: police information grab sparks fears over broad nature of powers and suspects’ rights

  • Analysts express concern over labelling of group as ‘foreign agents’ and worry about lack of judicial oversight
  • Authorities used powers to target group that organised the city’s annual Tiananmen Square vigil

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Albert Ho (centre left) gives a speech at the June 4 vigil at Victoria Park in Causeway Bay in 2018. Photo: Nora Tam Albert Ho (centre left) gives a speech at the June 4 vigil at Victoria Park in Causeway Bay in 2018. Photo: Nora Tam
Albert Ho (centre left) gives a speech at the June 4 vigil at Victoria Park in Causeway Bay in 2018. Photo: Nora Tam
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