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China plans a clampdown that could end Hong Kong's dreams of democracy
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China plans a clampdown that could end Hong Kong's dreams of democracy

Published: May 22, 2020  |  4 min read, 714 words
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At the opening of China's once-a-year National People's Congress on Friday, the country's leaders revealed the Communist Party's top two concerns for 2020 and beyond: national security headaches from , and economic growth in the wake of the .Beijing's 3,000-member rubber-stamp legislature is poised to usher in controversial "national security" legislation that would ban treason, secession, sedition and subversion in the former British colony. There's mounting fear that Beijing would use the new laws to subvert semi-autonomous Hong Kong's remaining rights, which include freedom of speech and... READ MORE
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