The mass arrests of opposition organisers and candidates of an election primary on suspicion of subversion on Wednesday left Hong Kong’s legal experts divided on which of their actions constituted an offence under the national security law.While police accused the 53 activists and former lawmakers taken into custody during a dawn raid of plotting to “paralyse” and “overthrow” the government through their plans to control the 70-member legislature, several scholars failed to see how these acts…


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