Faculty Fellow Victoria Hui recently spoke to Bloomberg about China’s efforts to remake Hong Kong’s election system by asserting broad new national security powers.

“What the national security law and accompanying measures mean is that Beijing has zero tolerance for any dissent in Hong Kong,” said Hui, an associate professor of political science. “In Beijing’s eyes, the district council itself has to be stifled, and the Legislative Council and chief executive elections could not be opened up.” 

Read “China Moves to Complete Its Purge of Hong Kong’s Election System” here.