China’s National People’s Congress, the rubber stamp parliament passed the national security law of Hong Kong on May 28. The Chinese central government passed the HK National Security Law to set up the legal framework to prevent and punish subversion, terrorism, separatism and foreign interference. How will it affect the democracy in Hong Kong? Prof.Yen Chen-shen a researcher and professor of Institute of International Relations at National Cheng Chi University shares with us his perspectives.
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