(ANSA) – BEIJING, JUNE 20 – China will set up “an agency of
national security “in Hong Kong
Xinhua state. In recent weeks in the former British colony
Protests against Beijing exploded after approval
of Parliament’s controversial security law
Chinese. The establishment of a national security agency a
Hong Kong, led by an administrator
delegate, is foreseen in the draft of the ad hoc law on
national security partly disseminated today by the Committee
Permanent of the National People’s Congress, the assembly
Chinese legislation, released by the Xinhua agency.
The project foresees that the existing laws on the subject in the ex
British colony are subject to the new legislation
national. Any interpretative power on the matter will refer to
Standing committee. (HANDLE).
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