Global  

Chinese government to push Hong Kong security laws in parliament: HK government source

Reuters Thursday, 21 May 2020
China's government will put Hong Kong national security laws on the agenda of its parliamentary session that opens on Friday, a senior Hong Kong government source told Reuters.
0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 

💡 One News Page Knowledge: Other News Mentions

Hong Kong Hong Kong Special administrative region of China

Attacking Hong Kong dollar peg would hurt those the US hopes to help

The United States is unhappy with China’s new national security law for Hong Kong and is seeking ways to express its disquiet. Some advisers to US Secretary of..
WorldNews
Editing history: HK publishers self-censor [Video]

Editing history: HK publishers self-censor

In the last two weeks, Hong Kong publisher Raymond Yeung has hastily made changes to a draft paper copy of a book entitled "To Freedom," replacing the word "revolution" with "protests," tweaking a banned slogan and cutting passages that advocate independence for the Chinese-ruled city. Libby Hogan reports.

Credit: Reuters Studio    Duration: 02:32Published

Hong Kong Disney park closes again after new restrictions

For the second time this year, Hong Kong Disneyland Park is closing temporarily following the city’s decision to ban public gatherings of more than four people..
WorldNews
EU foreign ministers weigh up response to China and Turkey [Video]

EU foreign ministers weigh up response to China and Turkey

Returning to Brussels for the first face-to-face meeting in months, EU foreign ministers are being urged to take a more robust approach to China over the new security law in Hong Kong, as well as against Ankara over Mediterranean drillings and the Libya arms embargo.View on euronews

Credit: euronews (in English)    Duration: 02:15Published
Hong Kong opposition kicks off primary elections [Video]

Hong Kong opposition kicks off primary elections

Hong Kong's opposition camp set up polling booths across the Chinese-ruled city on Saturday for primary elections aimed at selecting democracy candidates who stand the best chance of success in Legislative Council elections in September. Adam Reed reports.

Credit: Reuters - Politics    Duration: 01:31Published

You Might Like


Related videos from verified sources

Hong Kong protester jailed over riot [Video]

Hong Kong protester jailed over riot

HONG KONG - Supporters chanting protest slogans briefly surrounded a police van that takes 22-year-old Sin Ka-ho away from the court in Hong Kong on Friday the lifeguard was sentenced to four years..

Credit: EyePress News - English     Duration: 00:57Published
Hong Kong ice cream parlour reveals 'tear gas' flavour [Video]

Hong Kong ice cream parlour reveals 'tear gas' flavour

A Hong Kong ice cream parlour has added a 'tear gas' flavour to its collection, but it's not a crowd pleaser, rather it's aimed at jogging political memories. It literally makes your eyes water.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:12Published
Police fire pepper spray at Hong Kong protesters [Video]

Police fire pepper spray at Hong Kong protesters

Hundreds of protesters gathered in shopping malls across Hong Kong on Wednesday, flouting social distancing rules to mock unpopular Chief Executive Carrie Lam on her birthday. Emer McCarthy reports.

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 00:50Published

Related news from verified sources

Religious freedom in jeopardy as China passes new Hong Kong ‘security laws’

Denver Newsroom, May 28, 2020 / 01:25 pm (CNA).- A Hong Kong cardinal told CNA that changes to Hong Kong’s status in China could threaten the religious freedom...
CNA Also reported by •Eurasia ReviewBusiness InsiderNewsy

Martin Lee: The Democratic Face Of Hong Kong – OpEd

Martin Lee had almost faded from the public memory of Hong Kong after the reversion of the territory to Beijing in July 1997. The resounding success of the...
Eurasia Review

Singapore's financial centre will emerge as big winner of a draconian Chinese law

Singapore's financial centre will emerge as big winner of a draconian Chinese law
· Tensions in Greater China have led analysts to warn that many businesses can move from Hong Kong to Singapore.  · China approved a law on Thursday that...
Business Insider


Tweets about this