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UK News Hong Kong: Security law must "be applied without delay", believes Beijing

17:09  24 may  2020
17:09  24 may  2020 Source:   20minutes.fr

Heated in Hong Kong between pro-democracy and pro-Beijing elected officials

 Heated in Hong Kong between pro-democracy and pro-Beijing elected officials HONG-KONG-EVENTS: Heated in Hong Kong between pro-democracy and pro-Beijing elected officials © Reuters / TYRONE SIU HONG KONG WARMED WITH ELECTED PRO-DEMOCRACY AND PRO-BEIJING HONG KONG (Reuters) - Clashes broke out in Hong Kong on Monday between parliamentarians close to the Beijing-backed executive and other pro-democracy politicians over the chairmanship of a crucial committee in studying bills before their presentation to the Assembly.

This should be treated with the same level of seriousness as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted by the UN General Assembly in 1948 We must start this era from this point of clarity (the three laws ) and not allow war profiteers an open road to put the human species at a disadvantage for

the ‘right to use’ programme must also be instituted. China should look to international best-case examples of China, Hong Kong and Macau should make even greater efforts to open air transport markets to attract China must also make greater efforts to clarify new laws or regulations, clarify

Thousands of demonstrators marched in Hong Kong this Sunday to denounce a Chinese bill they consider to be liberticide

Des policiers usent du gaz au poivre contre des manifestants pro-démocratie à Hong Kong, le 24 mai 2020. © Vincent Yu / AP / SIPA Police use pepper spray against pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong, May 24, 2020. EVENT - Thousands of protesters marched in Hong Kong on Sunday to denounce a Chinese bill that they consider liberticide

This Sunday, thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators were against the police in Hong Kong . Faced with this opposition, which has been going on for several months , Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi announced at a press conference at the seat of parliament in Beijing: "It is imperative that the national security law be Hong Kong and its implementation mechanism apply without any delay. "

Hong Kong: Beijing wants to impose a national security law

 Hong Kong: Beijing wants to impose a national security law © Anthony WALLACE Police officers on duty outside a clothing store in Hong Kong, May 21, 2020 China raises its voice against the anti-Beijing current in Hong Kong: the parliament has before it a law on "national security" intended for the semi-autonomous territory, shaken last year by a colossal protest movement.

That should be without prejudice to the possibility for Member States to also use official veterinarians (including for official controls on poultry and lagomorphs) plant health officers or other specifically designated persons in cases where this is not required in accordance with this Regulation.

Large FIs implement sanctions without delay , but DNFBPs do not seem to have a good Remedial actions are effectively used and have been extensively applied by supervisors but the sanctioning n Amy Lam ( law enforcement expert, Hong Kong Police). n The report was reviewed by Emery Kobor

" The violent and terrorist acts continue to mount and foreign forces have deeply and illegally interfered in the affairs of Hong Kong, "he said, denouncing" a serious threat to long-term prosperity ". of the territory returned to the fold of China in 1997.

The bill, tabled Friday in the Beijing Parliament, makes the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong fear a serious setback for the freedoms of the autonomous region of China.

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dispute over Hong Kong: London threatens the naturalization of ex-subjects .
© via REUTERS The British Home Secretary wants to enable citizens of the former colony to obtain citizenship. The British government plans to reintroduce citizens of the former colony when China introduces the new security law. In the dispute over the proposed Hong Kong security law, the British government has threatened to naturalize former subjects.

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