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Author Topic: NPC: China begins move to impose controversial Hong Kong security law  (Read 3 times)

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China's ruling Communist Party has set in motion a controversial national security law for Hong Kong, a move seen as a major
blow to the city's freedoms. The law to ban "treason, secession, sedition and subversion" could bypass Hong Kong's lawmakers.
Critics say China is breaking its promise to allow Hong Kong freedoms not seen elsewhere China.
It is likely to fuel public anger and may even trigger fresh protests and demands for democratic reform.
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The plan was submitted at the annual National People's Congress, which largely rubber-stamps decisions already taken by the
Communist leadership, but is still the most important political event of the year.
Hong Kong was always meant to have introduced such laws after its handover to Chinese rule in 1997.
It never could and after last year's wave of sustained and violent protest, Beijing is now attempting to push them through.
Beijing believes "law-based and forceful measures" must be taken to "prevent, stop and punish" such protests in the future.
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That article says Hong Kong "must improve" national security, before adding: "When needed, relevant national security organs
of the Central People's Government will set up agencies in Hong Kong to fulfil relevant duties to safeguard national security
in accordance with the law." China could essentially place this law into Annex III of the Basic Law, which covers national laws
that must be implemented in Hong Kong - either by legislation, or decree.

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