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Hong Kong’s National Security Law one year on | Video

One year after the National Security Law was adopted by Hong Kong, social and political stability has returned to the city. The administration insists that the city remains free and open, with its rule of law and judiciary intact. But most of the city’s democratic voices are behind bars, and critics say that the law has effectively curbed freedom of speech and curtailed the right to protest. Roland Lim with this report.

Hong Kong’s National Security Law one year on | Video

30 Jun 2021 11:54pm
One year after the National Security Law was adopted by Hong Kong, social and political stability has returned to the city. The administration insists that the city remains free and open, with its rule of law and judiciary intact. But most of the city’s democratic voices are behind bars, and critics say that the law has effectively curbed freedom of speech and curtailed the right to protest. Roland Lim with this report.

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