National security law: When disruption equals ‘subversion’, what’s left for Hong Kong’s pan-democratic legislators?

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Hong Kong’s opposition lawmakers are planning on reserving their more aggressive forms of protest for critical issues, as they return to the legislature on Wednesday under the shadow of a new national security law that views disruption of government duties as a form of subversion.With uncertainty swirling over the new red lines, some in the camp have acknowledged that their past tactics – which included yelling slogans and interrupting the city leader’s speeches – may now very well be deemed to…

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