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


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.

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