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Hong Kong National Security Legislation Corner
Reported Statements/Views of Hong Kong Officials
HKSAR Government strongly condemns so-called US sanctions
The Government condemned the so-called "sanctions" imposed by the United States (US) Government against the 14 Vice Chairmen of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPCSC), and urged the US Government to immediately stop interfering in the internal affairs of the People's Republic of China (PRC) under the geopolitically-motivated pretext of human rights or democracy.
Carrie Lam: National Security Law "remarkably effective" in restoring Hong Kong's stability
The situation of Hong Kong has evolved to such a state that the central government has no alternative but to step in and take action, Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor said.
HKSAR Government strongly opposes US Secretary of State's report
The Government voiced strong opposition to a report released by the United States Secretary of State on October 14 (US time) under the so-called "Hong Kong Autonomy Act".
Matthew Cheung denounced latest US sanctions as ‘barbaric’
HKSAR Government strongly opposes to the so-called US sanctions
The Government has strongly opposed the so-called "sanctions" by the United States (US) Government against four officials of the Central People's Government (CPG) and the HKSAR Government.
Official launch of National Security Department Reporting Hotline
The National Security Department of Police launched the ‘National Security Department Reporting Hotline’ with a view to facilitating members of the public to provide or report national security related information.
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