As Hong Kong delegates to the country’s legislature gather in Beijing for the nation’s biggest political event of the year, momentum is building behind a push for national security legislation which is expected to feature prominently on the agenda.China’s “two sessions” of parliamentary meetings open on Thursday, but for Hong Kong, all eyes will be on an evening meeting with Xia Baolong, director of the State Council’s Hong Kong and Macau Office (HKMAO) that the city’s delegates have been…



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