Hong Kong clergy face arrest, extradition to China in new security laws

June 22, 2020

A blueprint for a controversial new national security law for Hong Kong, as proposed by China, has caused concerns that the semi-autonomous city’s vocal clergy who have supported the democracy movement could be extradited to and tried in mainland China.

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