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Once the "Fugitive Offenders Ordinance Amendment" is passed, Hongkongers and who stays in Hong Kong would be accused of the laws of China, even they are physically in Hong Kong. They would be persecuted and sent to China for unjust hearings.

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Why should you oppose the “Fugitive Offenders Ordinance Amendment” (FOO Amendment)

Once the amendment is adopted, anyone could be accused to have violated Chinese laws in Hong Kong and extradited to China. Hong Konger and those staying in Hong Kong would then face unfair trials.

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Background

In 2018, a Hong Kong man fled back to Hong Kong after being suspected to have murdered his girlfriend in Taiwan. Since there is no extradition treaty between Hong Kong and Taiwan, the Hong Kong government proposed an amendment to the Fugitive Offenders Ordinance, for the alleged purpose of extraditing the suspect to Taiwan to stand trial.

However, the amendment would not enable extradition to Taiwan but would instead subject anyone in Hong Kong, including permanent residents and visitors, to possible extradition to China.

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The goals of this information archive are to provide the latest news about the new extradition amendment, and to record the history of this movement. Embracing open source spirit, everyone are welcomed to join and work together.