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Por:U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE
16/03/2021

On October 14, 2020, the Secretary of State submitted a report to Congress pursuant to section 5(a) of the Hong Kong Autonomy Act (HKAA), which listed 10 foreign persons that the Secretary of State, in consultation with the Secretary of the Treasury, determined are materially contributing to, have materially contributed to, or attempted to materially contribute to the failure of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) to meet its obligations under the Sino – British Joint Declaration (“Joint Declaration”) or Hong Kong’s Basic Law, as this is defined by section 5(g) of the HKAA. This is an update to the October 14 report, consistent with section 5(e) of the HKAA.

U.S. DEPATMENT OF STATE

Pursuant to section 5(a) of the HKAA, the Secretary of State, in consultation with the Secretary of the Treasury, has determined that the 24 foreign persons listed below are materially contributing to, have materially contributed to, or attempt to materially contribute to the failure of the PRC to meet its obligations under the Joint Declaration or the Basic Law, as defined in section 5(g) of the HKAA. As also required under section 5(a), the list below includes (1) an identification of the foreign person; and (2) a clear explanation for why the foreign person was identified and a description of the activity that resulted in the identification.

Wang Chen is a member of the Chinese Communist Party’s elite 25-person Politburo and the ranking Vice-Chairperson of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, which was responsible for developing and adopting the National Security Law. The Standing Committee drafted the National Security Law, bypassing Hong Kong’s legislature. The Standing Committee then voted unanimously to adopt the National Security Law and listed it in Annex III of the Basic Law, allowing it to be enforced in Hong Kong.

You Quan is the Head of the Chinese Communist Party’s United Front Work Department and Vice Chairman of the Central Leading Group on Hong Kong and Macau Affairs (“Leading Group”), which is an organ of the Chinese Communist Party through which it oversees matters related to Hong Kong. The Leading Group was involved in drafting of and deliberations over the National Security Law.

Cao Jianming is a Vice-Chairperson of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, which was responsible for developing and adopting the National Security Law. The Standing Committee drafted the National Security Law, bypassing Hong Kong’s legislature. The Standing Committee then voted unanimously to adopt the National Security Law and listed it in Annex III of the Basic Law, allowing it to be enforced in Hong Kong.

Zhang Chunxian is a Vice-Chairperson of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, which was responsible for developing and adopting the National Security Law. The Standing Committee drafted the National Security Law, bypassing Hong Kong’s legislature. The Standing Committee then voted unanimously to adopt the National Security Law and listed it in Annex III of the Basic Law, allowing it to be enforced in Hong Kong.

Shen Yueyue is a Vice-Chairperson of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, which was responsible for developing and adopting the National Security Law. The Standing Committee drafted the National Security Law, bypassing Hong Kong’s legislature. The Standing Committee then voted unanimously to adopt the National Security Law and listed it in Annex III of the Basic Law, allowing it to be enforced in Hong Kong.

Ji Bingxuan is a Vice-Chairperson of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, which was responsible for developing and adopting the National Security Law. The Standing Committee drafted the National Security Law, bypassing Hong Kong’s legislature. The Standing Committee then voted unanimously to adopt the National Security Law and listed it in Annex III of the Basic Law, allowing it to be enforced in Hong Kong.

Arken Imirbaki is a Vice-Chairperson of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, which was responsible for developing and adopting the National Security Law. The Standing Committee drafted the National Security Law, bypassing Hong Kong’s legislature. The Standing Committee then voted unanimously to adopt the National Security Law and listed it in Annex III of the Basic Law, allowing it to be enforced in Hong Kong.

Wan Exiang is a Vice-Chairperson of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, which was responsible for developing and adopting the National Security Law. The Standing Committee drafted the National Security Law, bypassing Hong Kong’s legislature. The Standing Committee then voted unanimously to adopt the National Security Law and listed it in Annex III of the Basic Law, allowing it to be enforced in Hong Kong.

Chen Zhu is a Vice-Chairperson of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, which was responsible for developing and adopting the National Security Law. The Standing Committee drafted the National Security Law, bypassing Hong Kong’s legislature. The Standing Committee then voted unanimously to adopt the National Security Law and listed it in Annex III of the Basic Law, allowing it to be enforced in Hong Kong.

Wang Dongming is a Vice-Chairperson of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, which was responsible for developing and adopting the National Security Law. The Standing Committee drafted the National Security Law, bypassing Hong Kong’s legislature. The Standing Committee then voted unanimously to adopt the National Security Law and listed it in Annex III of the Basic Law, allowing it to be enforced in Hong Kong.

Padma Choling is a Vice-Chairperson of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, which was responsible for developing and adopting the National Security Law. The Standing Committee drafted the National Security Law, bypassing Hong Kong’s legislature. The Standing Committee then voted unanimously to adopt the National Security Law and listed it in Annex III of the Basic Law, allowing it to be enforced in Hong Kong.

Ding Zhongli is a Vice-Chairperson of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, which was responsible for developing and adopting the National Security Law. The Standing Committee drafted the National Security Law, bypassing Hong Kong’s legislature. The Standing Committee then voted unanimously to adopt the National Security Law and listed it in Annex III of the Basic Law, allowing it to be enforced in Hong Kong.

Hao Mingjin is a Vice-Chairperson of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, which was responsible for developing and adopting the National Security Law. The Standing Committee drafted the National Security Law, bypassing Hong Kong’s legislature. The Standing Committee then voted unanimously to adopt the National Security Law and listed it in Annex III of the Basic Law, allowing it to be enforced in Hong Kong.

Cai Dafeng is a Vice-Chairperson of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, which was responsible for developing and adopting the National Security Law. The Standing Committee drafted the National Security Law, bypassing Hong Kong’s legislature. The Standing Committee then voted unanimously to adopt the National Security Law and listed it in Annex III of the Basic Law, allowing it to be enforced in Hong Kong.

Wu Weihua is a Vice-Chairperson of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, which was responsible for developing and adopting the National Security Law. The Standing Committee drafted the National Security Law, bypassing Hong Kong’s legislature. The Standing Committee then voted unanimously to adopt the National Security Law and listed it in Annex III of the Basic Law, allowing it to be enforced in Hong Kong.

Deng Zhonghua is the Deputy Director of the Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office. As Deputy Director, Deng helps oversee the Office’s operations and its promotion of the principles and policies of the central government concerning Hong Kong, including the National Security Law. During Deng’s tenure, the Office has taken a number of actions to interfere in Hong Kong’s autonomy, including issuing statements asserting its authority to supervise Hong Kong’s internal affairs in contradiction to the Basic Law and the Sino-British Joint Declaration.

Li Jiangzhou is a Deputy of the Office for Safeguarding National Security of the Central Government in Hong Kong. The Office was created under the National Security Law and is responsible for overseeing law enforcement mechanisms and coordinating the central government’s ultimate responsibilities over security matters in the city.

Edwina Lau is a Deputy Commissioner of the Hong Kong Police Force and the head of its National Security Division (NSD). Lau is in charge of the NSD, which was set up under the National Security Law to handle matters related to national security, including investigating crimes under the Law. The NSD has carried out a number of arrests under the Law and was involved in the mass arrests of fifty-five pro-democracy politicians and activists in Hong Kong on January 6-7.

Li Kwai-Wah is a Senior Superintendent of the NSD, which was set up under the National Security Law to handle matters related to national security, including investigating crimes under the Law. The NSD has carried out dozens of arrests under the Law, including and was involved in the mass arrests of fifty-five pro-democracy politicians and activists in Hong Kong on January 6-7.

Frederic Choi Chin-Pang is the Director of National Security of the NSD, which was set up under the National Security Law to handle matters related to national security, including investigating crimes under the Law. The NSD has carried out dozens of arrests under the Law, includingthe mass arrests of fifty-five pro-democracy politicians and activists in Hong Kong on January 6-7.

Kelvin Kong Hok Lai is an Assistant Commissioner in the NSD, which was set up under the National Security Law to handle matters related to national security, including investigating crimes under the Law. The NSD has carried out dozens of arrests under the Law, includingthe mass arrests of fifty-five pro-democracy politicians and activists in Hong Kong on January 6-7.

Andrew Kan Kai Yan is an Assistant Commissioner in the NSD, which was set up under the National Security Law to handle matters related to national security, including investigating crimes under the Law. The NSD has carried out a number of arrests under the Law and was involved in the mass arrests of fifty-five pro-democracy politicians and activists in Hong Kong on January 6-7.

Tam Yiu-Chung is the Hong Kong delegate to the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, which was responsible for developing and adopting the National Security Law. The Standing Committee drafted the National Security Law, bypassing Hong Kong’s legislature. The Standing Committee then voted unanimously to adopt the National Security Law and listed it in Annex III of the Basic Law, allowing it to be enforced in Hong Kong.

Sun Wenqing, AKA Sun Qingye, is a Deputy of the Office for Safeguarding National Security of the Central Government in Hong Kong. The Office was created under the National Security Law and is responsible for overseeing law enforcement mechanisms and coordinating the central government’s responsibilities regarding security matters in the city.

https://www.state.gov/update-to-report-on-identification-of-foreign-persons-involved-in-the-erosion-of-the-obligations-of-china-under-the-joint-declaration-or-the-basic-law/

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