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National security law dispute; more efforts to relaunch Hong Kong, post SARS (12 Jun 2003)

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In tonight's programme, the dispute over the Article 23 national security laws gathers pace, with the legislative council expected to pass the bill to enact the controversial anti-subversion measures in just four weeks time. While the administration continues to insist that there's nothing to fear, a group of prominent pro-democracy campaigners has been to the United States in a bid to rally international support for their campaign against the bill.

Program: 
A Week In Politics
Publish Date: 
Thursday, June 12, 2003
Station: 
RTHK
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