Top Beijing official hails Hong Kong security law, but tweaks needed so people ‘follow it of their own accord’
China’s top official in Hong Kong said Friday the power of the new national security law “has started to become apparent” in the city but laws and regulations still need to be improved so that people follow it of their own accord. At an online event to commemorate China’s Constitution Day, the director of Beijing’s Liaison Office Luo Huining spoke of the importance of safeguarding the city’s “One Country, Two Systems” principle under the new law imposed by Beijing on June 30. “Some people in Hong Kong only know to respect their original legal system without basic changes, and disregard fundame...
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