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One Year of the National Security Law's Repression of Fundamental Freedoms in Hong Kong, Roundtable Before the Congressional-Executive Commission on China, One Hundred Seventeenth Congress, First Session, June 29, 2021   [open pdf - 172KB]

This is the June 29, 2021 roundtable on "One Year of the National Security Law's Repression of Fundamental Freedoms in Hong Kong," held before the Congressional-Executive Commission on China. From the opening statement of Matt Squeri: "Today's roundtable recognizes two anniversaries--the passage of the Hong Kong National Security Law and the 709 Crackdown on rights defenders and lawyers across China in July 2015. In particular, today's roundtable will examine procedural rights violations by the Chinese government, as illustrated by the 709 Crackdown, and their implications for the extraterritorial reach of the National Security Law and the potential for defendants to be extradited from Hong Kong to mainland China."

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2021
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