Hong Kong says national security law will not hamper judicial independence

Credit: Reuters- Published 2 weeks ago
Hong Kong's government said on Friday that plans by Beijing to impose national security legislation in the Chinese-ruled city would not affect its judicial independence or that of its legal entities.

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Published 2 weeks ago -  01:32
Hong Kong lawmakers, activists condemn Beijing's national security law legislation
More than a dozen pan-democrat lawmakers and other activists assembled at a police station to march to the nearby Chinese Liaison Office, chanting "Hong Kong is becoming Xinjiang". Lee Cheuk-Yan of the Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements in China said "one country, two systems" was being eroded by Beijing.

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