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New Hong kong-the law provides severe penalties for rebellion

Rebellion or attempted secession may in the future provide a prison sentence of up to life in Hong kong.

China's new sikkerhedslov for Hong kong is on Tuesday afternoon Danish time in force, without the inhabitants of Hong kong celebrity content fully. The text is first published on Tuesday.

Even Hong kong's own political leader, Carrie Lam, says that she has not seen the bill before it came into force.

The China-faith leader has, after it reassured the inhabitants of Hong kong that most people would not have reason for concern.

the Opposition has criticized the lack of transparency around the new and comprehensive law, which China believes is necessary to deal with secession, rebellion, subversion, and terrorism.

The new law, among other things, up to life imprisonment for cooperation with foreign forces and acts of terrorism.

It is regarded in some cases as terrorism, if one does damage to certain types of vehicles and equipment.

the Law applies to all, which is located in Hong kong - also foreigners. The trumps of the area's existing legislation, and the chinese regime in Beijing takes on the responsibility to lead the legal control of 'complex' cases, which threaten the kingdom's security.

Businesses and organizations can also be punished under the new law.

The new sikkerhedslov comes after large and prolonged demonstrations against the government, which escalated in June last year and has thrown Hong kong into the worst crisis in decades.

the Law has aroused international concern that there is now embarked on a much more authoritarian time for the metropolis.

- China has chosen to break its promises to the people of Hong kong and go against their commitments to the international community, writes the british foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, Tuesday on Twitter.

- Britain will not turn its back on the promises we have given to the inhabitants of Hong kong, says Raab.

the Law is drawn up in China's capital, Beijing, in Hong kong's own legislative assembly.

This has meant that Hong kong's 7.5 million inhabitants have not had the opportunity to read the wordings and the new clauses.

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