Liang Zhenying: if you shout Hong Kong Independence, you can be convicted

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 Liang Zhenying: if you shout Hong Kong Independence, you can be convicted


On the morning of June 6, Liang Zhenying, vice chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese peoples Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) and former chief executive of Hong Kong, again pointed out on the social networking website that it is also a crime to call for Hong Kong Independence. Such remarks clearly violate the national security law of Hong Kong.

In his article, he said: is it not guilty to speak out? Is it a crime to call Hong Kong Independence? Of course! The touchao faction, which uses resistance as its signboard and is ready to test the law by example, can immediately test and immediately know what is called criminalizing by words in western countries.

The only way to avoid being jailed by the president of the United States is to avoid being jailed by the president of the United States, namely, the president of the United States, or the president of the United Kingdom, who wants to be jailed in the White House. If there is a provision in the national security law that criminalizes by words, then we should criminalize them by words.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }After the Hong Kong national security law came into effect, on 1 day, when the Hong Kong police intercepted a man during law enforcement, they found a Hong Kong Independence flag in his backpack and arrested him on suspicion of violating the national security law. The man also became the first person to be arrested after the implementation of the Hong Kong national security law. In addition, the government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) also solemnly pointed out in the statement that the slogan restoration of Hong Kong, revolution of the times means Hong Kong Independence, or the separation of the Hong Kong SAR from the peoples Republic of China, changing the legal status of the SAR, or subverting the state power. On May 5, Chief Secretary for administration, Mr. Zhang Jianzong, said that one of the essence of Hong Kongs national security law is to crack down on a very small number of acts and activities endangering national security, so as to protect the lives, property, basic rights and freedoms of the vast majority of the people. The national security law of Hong Kong clearly stipulates that the Hong Kong SAR shall protect the rights and freedoms of Hong Kong people, including freedom of speech, press, publication, association, assembly, procession and demonstration, in accordance with the provisions of the basic law and relevant international conventions applicable to Hong Kong. Is it recommended that more than one person holding the US flag to celebrate Independence Day outside the US consulate general was intercepted by the Hong Kong Police and judged by a judge designated by the chief executive to damage the judicial independence of Hong Kong? Three injuries and three arrests in violation of Hong Kongs national security law_ MN7479

Since Hong Kongs national security law came into force, Hong Kong police found a Hong Kong Independence flag in his rucksack when intercepting a man during law enforcement and arrested him on suspicion of violating the national security law. The man also became the first person to be arrested after the implementation of the Hong Kong national security law.

In addition, the government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) also solemnly pointed out in the statement that the slogan restoration of Hong Kong, revolution of the times means Hong Kong Independence, or the separation of the Hong Kong SAR from the peoples Republic of China, changing the legal status of the SAR, or subverting the state power.

On May 5, Chief Secretary for administration, Mr. Zhang Jianzong, said that one of the essence of Hong Kongs national security law is to crack down on a very small number of acts and activities endangering national security, so as to protect the lives, property, basic rights and freedoms of the vast majority of the people. The national security law of Hong Kong clearly stipulates that the Hong Kong SAR shall protect the rights and freedoms of Hong Kong people, including freedom of speech, press, publication, association, assembly, procession and demonstration, in accordance with the provisions of the basic law and relevant international conventions applicable to Hong Kong.