China breaks its pledge to Hong Kong: Premier

Radio Taiwan International
Dat: 07 July, 2020
By: Paula Chao

Premier Su Tseng-chang (2nd from left) gave an interview in southern Taiwan on Tuesday. (CNA photo)

Premier Su Tseng-chang says China’s imposition of a national security law on Hong Kong shows that it has broken its pledge to the former British colony. Su was speaking Tuesday in an interview.

Su said the law shows the importance of Taiwan’s insistence on its sovereignty as only by maintaining independent sovereignty can Taiwan ensure its security.

The Hong Kong government released some details of Article 43 of the national security law Monday night. Under the law, Taiwan’s political organizations and their proxies are required to provide the Hong Kong government with information on their activities involving Hong Kong.

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