Chinese leaders endorsed a resolution at their annual parliamentary meeting - the “two sessions” - to tailor-make a national security law for Hong Kong. This series examines the move and some of the questions it has sparked.
In the first of a three-part special on the National People’s Congress’ resolution for new national security legislation for Hong Kong, we review what prompted the move and the questions it has sparked.
Key issues include scope of new law, definition of offences, which courts will deal with cases and safeguards needed
Secret colonial police outfit monitored suspect activities, groups, individuals for decades.