Hong Kong security law: Growing unease about China’s legislation

Unease is growing in Hong Kong about who will be the target of a new security law which China is about to impose.

The legislation will criminalise separatism, sedition and subversion, broad crimes for which there is still no clear definition.

Al Jazeera’s Adrian Brown reports from Hong Kong.

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