Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China - Proposals to implement Article 23 of the BASIC LAW
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* Protecting National Security and Human Rights - Mr Bob Allcock, Solicitor General
* Freedoms will be preserved - Mr Bob Allcock, Solicitor General
* There will be no 'secret trials' - Mr Bob Allcock, Solicitor General
* Article 23 Proposals Broadly Consistent with Johannesburg Principles
- Mr Bob Allcock, Solicitor General
* Media Have No Reason to Fear - Mr Bob Allcock, Solicitor General
* Why we need BL 23 offences - Mr Bob Allcock, Solicitor General
* Freedom of expression is NOT under threat - Mr Bob Allcock, Solicitor General
* HK needs laws to protect national security by Secretary for Security - Mrs Regina Ip
* Article 23 Protects both State and Individuals (22.12.2002)
* "One Country, Two Systems" not at stake (16.12.2002)
* "Letter to Hong Kong : Implementing Article 23 of the Basic Law" by the Solicitor General, Mr Bob Allcock (15.12.2002)
* More BL 23 offences explained (8.12.2002)
* BL 23 proposals comply with human rights guarantees (5.12.2002)
* Speech by Solicitor General (5.12.2002)
* Theft of state secrets not a new offence (1.12.2002)
* Leading Counsel's Opinion on BL23 Proposals Released (14.11.2002)
* Treason offence explained (12.11.2002)
* Consultation paper on proposals to implement BL 23 released (24.9.2002)

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