HONG KONG DISQUALIFIES FOUR OPPOSITION LEGISLATORS
Hong Kong’s Government has disqualified four opposition Legislators after the Chinese Parliament passed a resolution allowing the City’s Executive to expel Legislators without going to courts.
Hong Kong’s 19 opposition legislators had earlier threatened a mass resignation should any of them be disqualified from the Legislative Council.
Beijing’s resolution explained that the Hong Kong Government can disqualify legislators deemed a threat to national security.
The Chief Executive of Hong Kong Carrie Lam, is expected to hold a News Conference to address the disqualification.