In Hong Kong, protests broke out again, more than 300 people were detained by police
This was reported by the Hong Kong newspaper South China Morning Post.
It is clarified that protesters are opposed to the recently adopted in China law on national security of Hong Kong.
Under the new law, Chinese authorities can punish actions that Beijing considers threatening national security, bypassing local Hong Kong law.
“Police say that as of 20 hours more than 300 people have been detained, including 9 for a possible violation of the law on national security of the region,” it was informed.
It is noted that clashes occurred between law enforcement officers and protesters. Police used tear gas and searched protesters.