Looking into Hong Kong’s national anthem bill

Published on 20 Jan 2019, 6:55
In October 2017, China’s national anthem law, which is designed to ensure proper respect for the country’s national song, came into effect on the mainland. It is now the subject of a bill in Hong Kong as legislators of the Special Administrative Region move to enact local laws to ensure its proper implementation. So, what are the guidelines incorporated in the legislation? What are the reasons for setting rules surrounding performance of the national anthem? And what are the legal implications for Hong Kong under the "one country, two systems" policy?

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