AiP|The authorities in Hong Kong have set a price on the union leader

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Hong Kong Labour Rights Monitor’s Executive Director Christopher Mung told Swedish media AiP that the Hong Kong National Security Police issued arrest warrants for him, along with seven other Hong Kong pro-democracy activists, accusing them of violating the national security law while in exile. Police have offered a reward of HK$1 million (£100,700) per person. Mung said, “They (the Hong Kong government) want to get the opposition to keep quiet.” You can read the article in here.