Hong Kong : First arrests under China’s ‘unlawful’ anti-protest act

First arrests under new Chinese security law (Twitter)

Chinese aggression over Democratic Protests

Hong Kong Police made the first 9 arrests under a new Chinese ‘anti-protest’ security law criminalizing “subversion” with up to life in prison, including a man waving an independence flag. Police fired Papper spray , water cannons to neutralize democratic protests against Chinese aggression over Hong Kong. 180 protesters arrested for ‘unlawful’ assembly.

The Hong Kong Police moved swiftly on Wednesday to enforce China’s new National Security rules with the first arrests under the law.

One of the nine arrested under the new law, adopted in the wake of last year’s widespread unrest , was holding a “Hong Kong Independence” flag .

China passed a ‘unlawful’ law to stop democratic voices of Hong Kong. The law is proving effective in tamping down the anti-government demonstrations that have wracked Hong Kong for more than a year.

On Wednesday, the anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to China’s control , thousands march against Chinese aggression .

However, Hong Kong sovereignty was handed back to China by Britain in 1997 and certain rights were supposed to be guaranteed for at least 50 years under the “One Country, two system” agreement.

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