China releases blueprint for Hong Kong national security law

China releases blueprint for Hong Kong national security law

Beijing has unveiled details of its national security law for Hong Kong, which critics say threatens political and civil freedoms in the city. The draft includes a national security office for Hong Kong to collect intelligence and handle crimes against national security. It allows Hong Kong’s top official to handpick judges for national security cases, jeopardizing the independence of judiciary.

Sandra
Sandra
Dank Duck
Dank Duck 2 months

Every power at the end of its dominance over-estimates its reach. China was built by cheap labour and global trade money poured into it, and the technology they stole from others. It wasn't built from any real native source of power that makes them invulnerable to economic shifts. They stand no chance once the global scale relentless pushback bring them to their knees.

Noobs
Noobs 2 months

Hong Kong should join Taiwan. They cant survive by themselves, but with support from the real Chinese government they could.

Roe Jogan
Roe Jogan 2 months

They are going for divide and conquer strategy

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