Largest Ever Mass Arrest Due to “National Security Law” Results in Protests in Hong Kong

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Hong Kong author­i­ties charged 47 pro-democ­ra­cy activists in the city with “con­spir­a­cy to sub­vert state pow­ers” over the week­end, Radio Tele­vi­sion Hong Kong report­ed Sunday.
Police in Hong Kong said they had charged 39 men and eight women, aged 23 to 64, with the offense, and that the group would be detained overnight on Feb­ru­ary 28 and then brought to the city’s West Kowloon court for men­tion on March 1. Hong Kong’s League of Social Democ­rats, a pro-democ­ra­cy polit­i­cal par­ty, said its vice chair­men, Leung Kwok-hung and Jim­my Sham, were among those charged.
Sub­ver­sion is a crime under Hong Kong’s nation­al secu­ri­ty law, …


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