National security Law / National Anthem Legislation

H.R.6947 – To authorize the President to recognize the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China as a separate, independent country, and for other purposes.

Risch, Rubio, Gardner: CCP Efforts to Erode Hong Kong’s Autonomy Are of Grave Concern to the U.S.

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senators Jim Risch (R-Idaho), chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), and Cory Gardner (R-Colo.), today released the following statement regarding reports that the National People’s Congress will introduce legislation this week to implement Article 23 of the Hong Kong Basic Law, and other concerns about recent steps by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to undermine Hong Kong’s autonomy

US senators introduce bill to protect HK’s autonomy

Senators to Propose Bill Sanctioning Chinese Officials Over Hong Kong Security Law

Legislation also would penalize banks that do business with the entities

Perry Introduces Legislation Supporting Hong Kong’s Democracy and Freedom

Saddest day in Hong Kong’s history’: China pushes controversial security laws – video

Fear and fighting spirit in Hong Kong as China ‘rams through’ security law

Taiwan urges China not to lead Hong Kong into ‘bigger turmoil’

Hong Kong’s Revolutionary Anthem Is a Challenge to China

The city’s residents are forging a “sense of country,” which will serve to undermine Beijing’s notion of patriotism.

Investors flee: Hong Kong stocks battered by Beijing’s national security proposal

Hong Kong crisis: China presents security laws banning subversion and separatism

China reveals details of sweeping law it plans to impose on Hong Kong, overriding territory’s constitution and prompting threat of US retaliation

Why is the UK so silent as Beijing trashes the Hong Kong Handover agreement?

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