National security law: Chinese University of Hong Kong’s new student union steps down after school cut it off citing possible legal breaches

//National security law: Chinese University of Hong Kong’s new student union steps down after school cut it off citing possible legal breaches

National security law: Chinese University of Hong Kong’s new student union steps down after school cut it off citing possible legal breaches

The Chinese University of Hong Kong’s (CUHK) student union announced its resignation on Monday, blaming what it described as an escalating campaign of threats and intimidation against its members and their relatives since school management severed links with the body on national security grounds.Syzygia, the group elected last week to run the union, said it was stepping down two days after withdrawing its 80-page manifesto and other campaign statements which prompted the university to cut off…

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