Hong Kong, May 28 (Xinhua) - A legal forum on the National Security Law in Hong Kong was held on Saturday in the special administrative region of Hong Kong (Hksar), With attendees with attendees share their ideas to strengthen SAR's abilities to safeguard national security.

Saturday marked the second anniversary of the decision of the National Popular Congress on the establishment and improvement of the legal system and the legal system and application mechanisms so that the HKSAR SAVAGUARDE National Security.

Carrie Lam, executive director of HKSAR, said in her speech that with the successful implementation of the National Security Law in Hong Kong, illegal and criminal activities that put in danger national security have been effectively punished, and Hong Kong has achieved the transition from chaos to order.

Wang Linggui, deputy director of the Hong Kong and Macao State Council to the Ffair Office, said the implementation of the National Security Law in Hong Kong ended to the chaotic situation and returned the local order to normal.

The Hong Kong rule of the law index continues to be among the highest in the world, and the confidence of investors in Hong Kong continues to grow, Wang said.

Luo Yonggang, deputy director of the link The Central People's Office in the Hksar, said in his speech that the National Security Law in Hong Kong has served as GUARANTEE OF GOOD GOVERNMENT IN THE HKARS.

Under the issue of "prospering safely" and organized by the Hksar government department, the forum was attended by more than 2,000 delegates from approximately 20 countries and regions Online and at the site to discuss legal issues related to the National Security Law in Hong Kong. ENITEM


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