December 8, 2022

Dawson County Journal

Dawson County, Nebraska

Hong Kong Government Lays Charges Against Dissident of CCP in Canada

The Hong Kong government says it will prosecute anyone who violates its arbitrary national security law—including foreign nationals outside of its territory—after recently laying charges against a Chinese Canadian journalist who criticized the ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
On Aug. 3, the Hong Kong Security Bureau announced charges against Victor Leung-mau Ho, former chief editor for Canada’s Sing Tao Daily, for co-establishing the Hong Kong Parliament Electoral Organizing Committee, a Toronto-based organization aimed at electing an “exile” Hong Kong parliament.
The Hong Kong Security Bureau said in a press release that Ho is “suspected of contravening the offence of subversion” under Article 22 of the national security law, which makes it an offence if anyone participates in activities, by force or “other unlawful means,” with “a view to subverting the State power” of the communist-led government….
Source: The Epoch Times