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S for S speaks on Hong Kong Alliance and Double Tenth
     Following is the transcript of remarks by the Secretary for Security, Mr Tang Ping-keung, at a media session after attending a radio programme today (September 25):
Reporter: Secretary, Hong Kong Alliance has kind of given a response yesterday. What are the next steps you guys will take? Members of the alliance will discuss on disbandment this afternoon, would that make any difference to the next step of the authority?
Secretary for Security: First of all, we would look at the explanations given by the Alliance. This is my responsibility to incorporate their explanations into my submission to the Chief Executive-in-Council to decide whether we are going to request the Companies Registry to delete the company from the list.
Reporter: Regarding October 10th, people celebrate to mark the Xinhai Revolution on that day, would that be against the law? And what would actually be against the law?
Secretary for Security: Actually, we have to look at individual cases on its own merits. The principle here is very clear. Taiwan is part of China. Anyone who tries to make Taiwan depart from China may constitute the secession offence under the National Security Law.
(Please also refer to the Chinese portion of the transcript.)
Ends/Saturday, September 25, 2021
Issued at HKT 14:11
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