Former leader of the Conservative Party Writes Letter to Practitioner Regarding Article 23

Mr William Hague, the leader of the main opposition party in the UK, the Conservative Party, during the period of 1997-2001, wrote to a practitioner on 25 November. The practitioner had informed him of the serious developments in Jiang Zemin's attempts to export his persecution of innocent people to the free and democratic society of Hong Kong by introducing Article 23.

Mr Hague wrote "Thank you for your letter of 4th November."

"I was interested to read your comments about Hong Kong and the introduction of Article 23 and sympathise with your concerns. I appreciate your letting me know and I will follow further developments carefully."


"With best wishes
Yours sincerely
William Hague (signed)"

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