The Foreign office has invited the Chinese Ambassador in Berlin on Friday to talk to him the Concerns about the consequences of the controversial security law for Hong Kong to communicate. "The Chinese Ambassador Wu Ken was today invited to a meeting at the Foreign office. There he was Secretary of state, Miguel Berger has explained again the Position of the Federal government,“ it said.
These have been expressed as well as other EU partners on several occasions concern that the law would not effect the far-reaching autonomy of Hong Kong that seriously undermine and adversely affect the independence of the judiciary and the rule of law. Previously, the "Süddeutsche Zeitung had reported" about the conversation.
The Beijing-enforced safety act is regarded as a turning point in the autonomy of the financial hub and former British colony Hong Kong, which had been at the Handover to China in 1997, according to the principle of "One country, two systems" for at least 50 years says.
The law provides life imprisonment as the maximum penalty for numerous Offences, the China authorities as Subversion, secession and terrorism. On its basis, including a 15-year-old youth were already at least ten people. The Federal government had expressed their concern that the law, the said principle of "One country, two systems" is running.Updated Date: 10 July 2020, 12:19