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Harsh criticism of Hong Kong’s security law

The UN Human Rights Council’s CCPR Commission of Experts has urged the Hong Kong government to revoke the National Security Act. The commission expressed grave concern over the arbitrary application of the new legal framework introduced in 2020 in its latest report on Wednesday. The National Security Law takes precedence over other local laws and consequently overrides citizens’ fundamental rights and freedoms protected by international conventions, the paper said.

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