Reuters
5 days ago

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam in a video message to the Human Rights Council in Geneva defended China's national security legislation for Hong Kong, saying the legislation would fill a ‘gaping hole’ and would not undermine its autonomy https://t.co/UL87l5SFSx https://t.co/ypVDenEuqm

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@Reuters Of course, there are already no autonomy previously.

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@Reuters Is she abusing the people of Hong Kong while claiming she is doing nothing wrong at the same time?

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@Reuters The CCP is a repressive regime & a grave danger to the principles of democracy not only in Hong Kong but the rest of the world. Yet, China was given a seat on the UN Human Rights council despite appalling human rights abuses within China. Time to speak out and #DefendDemocracy

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@Reuters If the west believes this jingle. There won’t be USA, Canada, China, New Zealand, Australia, EU, India, Africa ..people across the world condemning China’s Regime Breaking Basic law w National Security Kaw.

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@Reuters HK's autonomy IS undermined by this legislation, though. As intended by the Xi Regime.

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@Reuters Carrie, blink twice if you need help!!

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@Reuters History will tell how she will be. However, she is not a leader! #carrielam #hongkong

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@Reuters I can see why the protesters were so opposed to her. 😠

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