BEIJING, July 1 (Xinhua) – A new national security law imposed by the Chinese government on Hong Kong residents to enforce the opposition in the city is almost tongue-in-cheek, state media reported Wednesday. Any further political activity in this city will be possible in the future.
That the new National Security Law puts the opposition on the tongue is that the law states four main points: first, the fight against insurgency or secession, the second, the fight against terrorism, the third, the suppression of subversive activities, and Fourth, the suppression of collusion with any foreign force.
From today, if any person or group violates the four points of the new National Security Law, that person or group will be sentenced to life imprisonment or at least three years in prison. If Hong Kong authorities find that person or group is in violation of the national security law.
China's President Xi Jinping signed the new National Security Law on Tuesday, June 31, 2020, to be implemented by Hong Kong citizens and effective from the date of signing. This is it.
As the new National Security Law goes into effect, the Chinese government has set up a special unit under Beijing's direct command to monitor, investigate and monitor all compliance activities by leaders. And Hong Kong residents, and if there is any violation, the unit will take immediate action.
Chinese government officials said the new law would ensure safeguarding the stability, sovereignty and security of the entire territory of China, as well as the closure of peaceful demonstrations, destruction of anarchy and other illegal activities committed by groups. Opposition in this city.
Hours after the new National Security Law came into force, a prominent Democratic activist wrote on Twitter that Hong Kong was dead today and the city would be under surveillance and kidnapping. Press ahead with the Chinese government.
Joshua Wong, along with three other pro-democracy activists and key leaders of the Demosisto Party, announced his resignation and hours later, the Demosisto movement was dissolved.
The hue causes the thing
The reason for this is because the Hong Kong youth group has formed a pro-democracy group and even launched the Democratic Movement Party, which has received strong support from the city's residents and its success in the group elections. Regional Advisory As of late 2019.
That is why the Chinese government drafted the National Security Law in a bid to counter US-backed pro-democracy groups, and the new national security law is a heavy tool for holding opposition opponents back up and a stick to beat. Over any other group that has a similar tendency to pro-democracy.
Conclusion: What will the opposition be in the future?
Hong Kong's opposition or pro-democracy groups remain intact, but small opposition groups cannot grow into big opposition, and the group is most at risk.
Under the new National Security Law, dissidents in Hong Kong can stand up against themselves and are unlikely to be able to draw many other members in opposition.
The impact of the national security law on Hong Kong stems from the frustration of the United States and its allies, which could lead to mutual economic sanctions in the face of diplomatic tensions. And fueling the upcoming war of words. By: Inch