Looming national security laws raise fresh fears for Hong Kong’s freedoms

HONG KONG (Reuters) – Amid calls from Hong Kong’s pro-Beijing elite for sweeping new national security laws, government advisers and lawyers say the legislation is likely to be tougher than proposals shelved 14 years ago, raising fears about the city’s …
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