The “Hong Kong National Security Law” has been implemented for more than two years. Huang Liuquan (circle chart), deputy director of the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office of the State Council, said at the press conference of the Propaganda Department of the Party Central Committee Communist China for “the successful practice of one country, two systems in Hong Kong and Macao since the 18th National Congress” that the central government is steadfast and comprehensive. Correctly implement “one country, two systems” and refute the claim that Hong Kong has become more and more mainland after the implementation of the National Security Law, which is scary and politically biased. 71.9% of respondents to the poll believe that the National Security Law has strengthened their confidence in Hong Kong’s practice of “One Country, Two Systems”.
Huang Liuquan pointed out that it is difficult to imagine any country that would allow words and actions to subvert state power and split the country Countries around the world have their own national security laws. He pointed out that Hong Kong’s National Security Law and the national security laws of other countries in the world are the same in terms of purpose and legislative content. He also rejected the “immigration wave” as inappropriate, citing a Hong Kong government spokesman to explain that Hong Kong, as an international city, has always had high population mobility. In the last ten years, except for one-way license holders, Hong Kong residents recorded a net Out-migration.
When asked about the claims that Hong Kong’s connection with the mainland has been affected after the epidemic, and that the connection with the world has been affected, he believes that the SAR government has adjusted and optimized prevention measures and controlling the Hong Kong epidemic according to the He believes that these adjustments made by the SAR government are understandable There is no need to over-interpret.
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