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Hong Kong security law will not be retroactive - Chinese official

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Hong Kong security law will not be retroactive - Chinese officialSHENZHEN (Reuters) - Hong Kong's national security legislation will not punish people retroactively, a senior Chinese official said on Monday, touching on a key question raised by local residents, diplomats and foreign investors over the controversial law. Deng Zhonghua, deputy director of the Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office,also said while Beijing...
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