Exclusive | Lee Ka-chiu: Takes time to rebuild trust between community and police, but I'm confident
Within a month after the promulgation of Hong Kong National Security Law, many Hongkongers have expressed uncertainty about the city's future. What are the challenges of enforcing this law? Will citizens easily cross the line? How will the police cope with violation of LegCo elections' fairness? How will the Security Bureau respond to threatening acts from western countries? And most importantly, after what has happened in the past year, how will the trust between community and the police be rebuilt?
To answer these greatly-concerned issues, DotDotNews had an exclusive interview with John Lee Ka-chiu, Secretary for Security of HKSAR, in which he stressed the importance of a normal police-community relationship. During the interview, he answered with sincerity sparkling in his eyes, "It takes time but I'm confident." Let's check out the video to find out the details.
獨家專訪 | 保安局局長李家超：重建警民信任需要時間 但我對此有信心