Bärbel Kofler, commissioner of the German Office of Human Rights Policy and Humanitarian Aid, issued a statement on the sentencing of the first case of the "Docklands National Security Act" on Sunday (1st). Kofler pointed out that the severe sentence in the Tang Yingjie case confirmed the sentence The Minato National Security Law was used to stifle the worries of dissident voices.
Kovler issued a statement on social media.
Koffler released a statement on social media, which also mentioned that judicial independence and fundamental freedoms are vital to the future of Hong Kong.
Earlier, the European Union and the United States also issued statements criticizing the trial, accusing the Chinese government of using the National Security Law to suppress Hong Kong people.
The first Hong Kong national security law case was sentenced earlier (30th). The defendant Tang Yingjie was sentenced to nine years in prison for inciting secession and terrorist activities.
Chief Secretary for Administration Li Jiachao responded that the court fully pointed out that the crime was serious and must be sentenced to a deterrent sentence.
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