Sunday, November 17, 2019

The Senate urgently needs to pass the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act

This year, Hong Kong has seen pro-freedom demonstrations against a breakdown of the 1997 agreement of “one country, two systems.” These have occurred every weekend for the past five months. Last week, they didn't stop at the end of the weekend.

As the situation has intensified and police brutality has increased against peaceful protesters (and the media), and some have felt they have been left with no choice but to mount a reciprocal response in defense of their campuses and homeland, US Senators felt a renewed sense of urgency to pass the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act (H.R. 3289/S. 1838).

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