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Countering “an obvious increase in spying activities by state-level groups” over the past two years will be the main focus when Hong Kong revives a long-shelved bill under its mini-constitution to safeguard national security, according to the city’s top official in charge of the issue.⁠

Secretary for Security Chris Tang Ping-keung said the time to implement Article 23 of the Basic Law had never been so “ripe” since Hong Kong returned from British to Chinese rule in 1997, accusing those behind the espionage of stoking the anti-government protests and social turmoil of 2019.⁠

With a separate national security law imposed by Beijing already in place and enforcement in full swing, Tang said he expected less of a backlash now than back in 2003 when strong public opposition forced the government to shelve the original bill which the city was constitutionally bound to enact.⁠

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