What China's move to crack down on Hong Kong means for city’s autonomy

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Published on 28 May 2020, 23:02
China’s National People’s Congress has created a legislative process to criminalize certain behavior in Hong Kong. Pro-democracy advocates in Hong Kong, as well as the Trump administration, have criticized the move, arguing it erodes the city’s freedoms and goes against Beijing’s prior promises to respect its autonomy. Nick Schifrin reports on the reaction from Hong Kong and Washington, D.C.

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