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Hong Kong uses new national security law against exiled activists

12/6/2024 11:26
        Hong Kong's Security Bureau said on Wednesday it would use powers in a new national security against six exiled activists residing in Britain, including cancelling their passports, after they fled the China-ruled city.
        
        The six are Nathan Law, Christopher Mung Siu-tat, Finn Lau, Simon Cheng, Johnny Fok Ka-chi and Tony Choi Ming-da. City authorities put them on a wanted list last year.
        
        The bureau said in a statement, "These lawless wanted criminals are hiding in the United Kingdom and continue to blatantly engage in activities that endanger national security."
        
        It added, "They continue to collude with external forces to protect their evil deeds. We therefore have taken such measures to give them a strong blow," noting that these moves involved exercising powers in a new set of national security laws known as Article 23, which were enacted in March.
        
        Hong Kong authorities have outlawed more than a dozen overseas activists based in the United States, Britain and other countries. A bounty of HK$1 million ($128,000) for information for these activists was also offered.
        



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