Hong Kong press club demands assurance of press freedom under national security law as police hit out at media
The Foreign Correspondents’ Club (FCC) issued an open letter to Chief Executive Carrie Lam on Thursday demanding the government give assurances of press freedom and protection of journalists from legal risks under the newly-enforced national security law. The FCC urged the government to guarantee all journalists that they would be allowed to report on any topic and would not be obstructed or intimidated by the authorities and police during their reporting. The letter came after the government failed to address the concerns of the press club in light of the new national law, with broadly define...
Hong Kong Free Press