As a codified piece of legislation, the comprehensive Civil Code provides clear-cut guidance concerning what constitutes an infringement of personal information.
The failure to enact this article over the past two decades has created a loophole in Hong Kong’s legal system. It is both necessary and imperative that efforts be made at the State level to establish and improve the legal system and enforcement mechanisms for the HKSAR to safeguard national security.
The national security law will help Hong Kong restore social order and business environment for prosperity in the future. But those who involve in secession, subversion and terrorism and collaboration with external foreign forces will face severe punishment of the law.
Many more countries have voiced their support for China, believing that this legislation is a just move to safeguard national sovereignty, security and development, and will help maintain stability and prosperity in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong is unfortunately being used as a political football against China by certain outside forces. It is urgently necessary for the HKSAR financial sector to hedge against this move by the U.S. in order to maintain Hong Kong’s status as an IFC.
It will be a huge challenge for China to revive economic activity to a level where workers get back their jobs, and the rate of employment and people’s income increase. But hopefully, China will navigate through these challenges and achieve its goals.
The proposed legislation, which targets acts endangering national security such as secession and subversion, will help create a social environment where law-abiding citizens can enjoy their rights to the full
Hong Kong will remain a free market economy with very strong business orientated policies and rule of the law in the dynamics of business confidence and business security.
Safeguarding national security is the foundation of Hong Kong’s prosperity and stability, as well as the livelihood of its people. Only by ensuring the social stability of Hong Kong from a legal perspective can the region and its people have a promising future.
To help ensure they stay above the poverty line, the Chinese government has for the past thirteen-years employed a benefit cash payment known as dibao.
Persuading students to return to school is not the ultimate goal. Rather, it is best to make it possible for students to receive quality education and want to stay in school.
Those who want to score “anti-China” points and disrupt Hong Kong will soon find their days have come to an end, and the ridiculous idea of “using Hong Kong to manipulate China” is an effort made in vain.