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HONG KONG: China’s top legislative body will vote on
’s security legislation on Tuesday, the day before the city’s handover anniversary,
Now TV News
may soon hand down a measure that pro-democracy activists say could erode the city’s unique freedoms.
At a three-day meeting that started on Sunday, the National People’s Congress standing
discussed the legislation to punish acts of secession, subversion, terrorism and collusion with foreign forces, Radio TV Hong Kong reported earlier, citing Ip Kwok-him, one of the city’s non-voting delegates. The proposed law includes a life sentence for acts of secession and subversion, according to the Now TV report, which cited unidentified people.