News headlines reveal critical developments from National Security Law Beijing imposed on Hong Kong



Thursday, November 12, 2020


Google responses to Nov. 11 search: Headlines regarding Hong Kong's National Security Law.
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(ChinaAid Association—Nov. 12, 2020) News headlines on November 11, highlighting the recent National Security Law Beijing imposed on Hong Kong in late June, include:

  • Hong Kong's pro-democracy lawmakers to resign ...— AP News
  • Hong Kong security law: Why students abroad fear it—BBC.com
  • Hong Kong Security Law: How Beijing Is Cracking Down—WSJ
  • Beijing passes resolution to make 'patriotism mandatory for Hong Kong—Fox News
 
Earlier this year, Bob Fu, PhD, founder of ChinaAid, expressed concerns regarding China's recent regulation in China Freedom File: Episode 10: How China's National Security Law affects Hong Kong. He stressed, "This so-called law will establish a Hong Kong national security committee, directly installed in Hong Kong, which will only be responsible to Beijing's Communist Party authorities." He forewarned that the implications of Hong Kong’s National Security Law could adversely impact human rights, fundamental freedoms, and especially negatively affect Hong Kong, as well as, and perhaps even extend throughout China into the rest of the world.

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