Hong Kong Members of Parliament who humiliate the police are refused entry by Macao: an attempt to endanger public order

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 Hong Kong Members of Parliament who humiliate the police are refused entry by Macao: an attempt to endanger public order


Chen Huida is a member of the New Democratic Alliance, a pan-democratic political party in Hong Kong. He is currently a member of the North District Council of Hong Kong. Since the riots in Hong Kong this year, he has been stirring up fire in reality and on the Internet and attacking and insulting the Hong Kong police.

Chen Huida claimed that he led a tour group and his family that morning to take a one-day tour through the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge to Macao, but was stopped by the staff of the Macao Immigration and Exit Office at the time of customs clearance, and was formally notified to refuse entry an hour later.

According to the photos of Chen Huidas refusal notice, the reason why the Macao SAR Government refused to enter Macao was that there are strong indications that the interested parties attempt to enter Macao and engage in activities that endanger Macaos public security or public order, and Article 17 of the Outline Law on Internal Reporting of the Macao SAR was cited. Paragraph 4 of paragraph 1 denies entry.

Paragraph 1 (4) of Article 17 of the Outline Law on Internal Reporting of Cases in the Macao Special Administrative Region is to prevent non-local residents who are considered undesirable by law or to pose a threat to the stability of internal security, or who are suspected of being involved in cross-border crimes, including international terrorism, from entering or expelling them from the Macao Special Administrative Region. u3002

Notice of refusal of entry issued by Macaos entry and exit department. (Image from Chen Huida Social Media)

After eating Macaos closed-door soup and having to return to Hong Kong, Chen Huida quickly posted a photo on social media showing that he had participated in the so-called sit-in activities that disrupted the order of Hong Kong International Airport that day.

Shortly after being refused entry by Macao, Chen Huida went to Hong Kong Airport again. Source: Responsible Editor of Observer Network: Xing Haibo_NBJS8850

Shortly after being refused entry by Macao, Chen Huida went to Hong Kong Airport again.