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Top China official to Hong Kong urges national security law 'as soon as possible'

Reuters Wednesday, 15 April 2020
China's most senior official in Hong Kong said on Wednesday the city should work to introduce national security legislation "as soon as possible" as violent protests last year had undermined its rule of law, prosperity and stability.
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