The recent protests in Hong Kong against the proposed extradition bill have once again put a spotlight on China and its attempts to crackdown on dissidents not just in the mainland but also in Hong Kong, a Special Administrative Region who’s status is framed by a legally binding Sino-British Joint Declaration signed in 1984, ratified on May 27, 1985 and registered by the Chinese and British governments at the United Nations on June 12, 1985.
Despite of the awareness raised by the events in Hong Kong, there were no calls for EU countries to re-evaluate their ex...
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