Hong Kong security law is an “antivirus” against protests
The future national security law in Hong Kong will be like “an anti-virus program” installed in the territory, declared on Monday (08) a high Chinese official, who stressed that the pro-democracy protesters went “too far”.
This statement by Zhang Xiaoming, deputy director of the Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office, is the most detailed so far by a Chinese official on the measure.
The bill, announced in May by Beijing, will prohibit separatism, subversion, the preparation or commission of terrorist activities, as well as the activities of foreign forces that constitute interference.
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