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Hong Kong people could feel ‘most of the pain’ from US human rights act, American experts warn

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]American politicians have been warned that “most of the pain” from US legislation that could put Hong Kong’s special treatment under greater scrutiny would fall on residents of the city, rather than officials in mainland China or the local government.Several US lawmakers are pushing for the US Senate to quickly approve the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019, which would allow sanctions against individuals deemed responsible for undermining Hong Kong’s special autonomy status,…

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American politicians have been warned that “most of the pain” from US legislation that could put Hong Kong’s special treatment under greater scrutiny would fall on residents of the city, rather than officials in mainland China or the local government.Several US lawmakers are pushing for the US Senate to quickly approve the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019, which would allow sanctions against individuals deemed responsible for undermining Hong Kong’s special autonomy status,…

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