Hong Kong national security law: Chinese University’s student union withdraws election statements, after management severed ties citing possible legal breaches

//Hong Kong national security law: Chinese University’s student union withdraws election statements, after management severed ties citing possible legal breaches

Hong Kong national security law: Chinese University’s student union withdraws election statements, after management severed ties citing possible legal breaches

The Chinese University of Hong Kong’s student union has withdrawn its controversial election manifesto and other campaign statements, two days after school management cut ties with the body citing possible national security law breaches.“Our cabinet has officially withdrawn its election-related manifesto, campaign platform and other related documents,” the newly elected committee, Syzygia, revealed on its social media account on Saturday without elaborating. All of its previous statements were…

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