Author: Zheng Rongdi
2020-06-02 17:32Date of last update: 2020-06-02 17:32
The Chief Executive, Lin Zhengyue, will lead the Secretary of Justice Zheng Ruohua, the Director of the Security Bureau Li Jiachao, and the Commissioner of Police Deng Bingqiang to Beijing tomorrow (3rd). The Central Government will listen to the views of the Hong Kong Government on the National Security Act of the Port Area.
Li Jiachao said in the Legislative Council meeting with the media this (2nd) afternoon that after the NPC Standing Committee made a decision this time, the Central Government listened to the views of the SAR. He would mainly reflect the views of law enforcement, such as the law enforcement procedures under Hong Kong’s common law, Legal requirements, court experience, etc.
Li Jiachao said that he would reflect Hong Kong's law enforcement procedures and court experience to the central government. (Photo by Zheng Rongdi)
Asked whether it will reflect to the central government that polls show that 60% of Hong Kong people are against the legislation of the National Security Law. Li Jiachao said that it will faithfully reflect opinions from all quarters, regardless of their position. He also pointed out that national legislation has its own legal procedures, and I believe the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress listens to opinions in accordance with its legislative procedures.
Li Jiachao said that he hopes to have a sound legal system and enforcement mechanism to maintain national security, to fill legal loopholes, and to strengthen law enforcement capabilities so that Hong Kong people as a whole can live their daily lives in a prosperous world.
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