It was clear at the release of Hong Kong’s National Security Law that it unapologetically brought HK more directly under Mainland China’s oversight. It created central government institutions in Hong Kong, took greater control of Hong Kong authorities. The new law directly imported the mainland’s criminal procedure for some crimes ‘endangering national security’ and expanded police powers.
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There has been some confusion about how new national security legislation pushed through in Hong Kong (HKNSL) relates to mainland China’s National Security Law (NSL) and other legislation. A number of people have asked me to compare the two ‘National Security Laws’, but they are sufficiently different in character that a direct comparison might not make sense.
An overview of criminal procedure goals and procedures in the HK National Security Law
P.R.C. Law on the Preservation of National Security in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
The Primary Content of the "P.R.C. and HKSAR Law on the Preservation of National Security (draft)"
Decision of the National People's Congress on Establishing and Completing the Hong Kong's Special Administrative Region's Legal System and Implementation Mechanisms for the Preservation of National Security