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The China Post
· Asia Today: S. Korea cases rise, China weighs health changes →
— HEALTH SYSTEM IMPROVEMENT PUSHED: Legislators at China’s ceremonial parliament session pushed for improvements in the public health system.
· Trump sounds warning over Hong Kong’s future →
The precise wording of the security law has yet to be revealed but China’s rubber-stamp parliament previewed initial details last week.
· Trump hints at action against China over Hong Kong security law →
China's parliament is expected to approve a proposed security law that would reduce Hong Kong's separate legal status on Thursday, calling into question the special economic status the territory currently enjoys under US law.
· Man gets Federal Court’s nod to proceed with challenge of Selangor’s Shariah law criminalising unnatural sex →
The application was made via Article 4(4) of the Federal Constitution, where constitutional challenges against the validity of any laws — on the basis that such laws were made by Parliament or by state legislatures when they had no power to do so or when it does not fall under their respective jurisdictions — can be brought directly to the Federal Court and requires a Federal Court judge’s leave to be heard.
· Hong Kong's future as China's gateway to the West is under threat →
Given the nature of China’s parliament, the proposals will inevitably be rubber-stamped.
· EU's Von der Leyen to unveil trillion-euro recovery plan →
Von der Leyen will first deliver the plan to the European Parliament before hosting a news conference and then devote the next weeks and months to tough negotiations with EU nations and MEPs.
· New Zealand deputy PM breaks ranks to urge Ardern to lift Covid-19 lockdown →
Before this year’s election, Peters faces the prospect of distinguishing his party from Ardern’s; under New Zealand’s Mixed Member Proportional voting system, New Zealand First must receive 5% of the overall vote, or win an electorate seat, to be represented in parliament.
· DAP: Perikatan stopped caring about drunk driving after coming into power →
The Bill was scheduled to be tabled to Parliament this year.
The China Post
· Vote counting in Suriname suspended due to ‘tired staff’ →
If the trend held up, his party would drop from a majority 26 seats to 16 in the 51-seat parliament.
· Privacy fears as China expands use of monitoring tech beyond COVID-19 →
On one hand, the new rights which will enable individuals to take action if data is leaked are set to be approved after deliberations by China's annual meeting of parliament which began on Friday.