• <cite id="k5y8s"></cite>
  • <rt id="k5y8s"></rt>
    <rt id="k5y8s"></rt>
  • <cite id="k5y8s"><span id="k5y8s"></span></cite>
  • <rt id="k5y8s"></rt>

      orSign up

      Follow us:
      wechat
      csgo竞猜网站

      众贏平台

      小鱼选之2站姐妹站

      九州体育下注

      王者荣耀下注首页

      澳门注册赌博

      外围体育平台

      北单APP下载

      必赢体育外围

      DOTA2下注官网

      外围体育app下载

      足球大球公式

      德甲下注官网

      合乐888注册登陆

      单场竞猜网站

      泛亚娱乐注册

      Liaison office of Chinese central gov't in HKSAR collects opinions on national security legislation

      2020-June-6       Source: Xinhuanet.com

      They will be handed in to the NPC Standing Committee, which has been entrusted to make national security laws to be promulgated and enforced in Hong Kong.

      The Liaison Office of the Central People's Government (LOCPG) in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) said on Friday that it has collected more than 130 written opinions on the national security legislation and will forward them to the national legislature.

      The LOCPG said these opinions were collected form the HKSAR deputies to the National People's Congress (NPC) and members of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC).

      They will be handed in to the NPC Standing Committee, which has been entrusted to make national security laws to be promulgated and enforced in Hong Kong.

      Deputies to the 13th NPC voted overwhelmingly on May 28 to approve the NPC Decision on Establishing and Improving the Legal System and Enforcement Mechanisms for the HKSAR to Safeguard National Security.

      Chinese Vice Premier Han Zheng met with HKSAR Chief Executive Carrie Lam and several principal officials in Beijing on Wednesday to hear the HKSAR government's opinions on the national security legislation for the HKSAR.

      Han said the legislation by the NPC Standing Committee in its next steps is to punish the criminal acts and activities that gravely endanger national security by a very small number of people and will not affect the legitimate rights and freedoms enjoyed and exercised by Hong Kong residents.

      During the legislation process, the central authorities will hear opinions from people from all walks of life in Hong Kong in multiple ways, he said.

      Editor: Monica Liu

      Scan to share on WeChat

      Scan to follow us on WeChat

      0
      Related News
      Most popular
      Day |
      Week |
      Month
      Key Words

      Home|About us|Contact us|Southcn.com

      www.bestbex.com. All rights reserved.

      www.bestbex.com. All rights reserved.|Registered number 020074| 粤公网安备 44010402000511号|ICP备案号 粤B-20050235-8

      众贏平台

      小鱼选之2站姐妹站

      九州体育下注

      王者荣耀下注首页

      澳门注册赌博

      外围体育平台

      北单APP下载

      必赢体育外围

      DOTA2下注官网

      外围体育app下载

      足球大球公式

      德甲下注官网

      合乐888注册登陆

      单场竞猜网站

      泛亚娱乐注册