ニュースの中での Dissent

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www.france24.com
FRANCE 24
· Half million Hong Kong people vote in pro-democracy primaries  
Similar national security laws are used to crush dissent on the mainland and police in Hong Kong have already arrested people voicing certain political views now deemed illegal, such as advocating independence or greater autonomy.
www.vox.com
Vox
· Why did liberals win so many cases before a conservative Supreme Court?  
He claimed that the June Medical decision “twists the law.” And, in an unusually angry dissent, Alito described a landmark LGBTQ rights decision, which Roberts joined, as “deceptive” and “preposterous.”
www.channelnewsasia.com
CNA
· China releases professor who criticised President Xi, friends say  
Under Xi, China has clamped down on dissent and tightened censorship.
www.wsj.com
The Wall Street Journal
· Hundreds of Thousands Vote in Hong Kong’s Democratic Primaries  
HONG KONG—Hundreds of thousands of people voted in primaries held by the city’s pro-democracy camp over the weekend, reflecting steely support for the movement despite Beijing’s imposition of a national-security law that has curbed public expressions of dissent in recent weeks.
www.japantimes.co.jp
The Japan Times
· Anti-racism marches urge Japan to reflect on past  
“With the amount of support we’ve received, the amount of dissent that we’ve been hearing about isn’t (so) worrying … we’re (more) afraid of not engaging the Japanese community,” she said.
hongkongfp.com
Hong Kong Free Press
· The real struggle begins: As Beijing imposes mainland law on Hong Kong, how will democrats adapt?  
Subversion of state power is the most problematic because this crime is regularly used in China to contain and control almost any act of dissent.
hongkongfp.com
Hong Kong Free Press
· Goodbye autonomy, welcome to Hong Kong, China – and we mean it now  
This campaign will surely embrace a wide variety of dissent (perhaps as ‘incitement of hatred’ of the government).
hongkongfp.com
Hong Kong Free Press
· Swimming against the tide: The subtle art of resistance in Macau  
While there is nothing overtly political about her award-winning work, it nevertheless takes a quiet stand in a city where the space for dissent is shrinking rapidly.
www.theage.com.au
The Age
· 'Almost certainly': Tudge all but guarantees pathway to citizenship for Hong Kong residents  
The Morrison government also announced on Thursday that Australia would also suspend its extradition treaty with Hong Kong, which could have resulted in acts of dissent carried out in Australia penalised in China under Beijing's new laws.