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Why most Asian countries have not spoken out against Hong Kong’s national security law

Reaction from most Asian countries towards Hong Kong’s new national security law has been largely lukewarm if not downright muted, with the exception of Japan.On Tuesday China passed and enacted the new legislation which Beijing said will help the special administrative region restore stability after a year of social unrest.Japan’s immediate response was to say the move would erode international confidence in the “one country, two systems” principle. On Tuesday, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga called the law “regrettable”, saying that it had come in the face of “strong concerns from the international community and citizens of Hong Kong”.

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