The changes will allow for extradition requests from authorities in mainland China, Taiwan and Macau for suspects accused of criminal wrongdoings, such as murder and rape. The requests will then be decided on a case-by-case basis. Hong Kong officials have said Hong Kong courts will have the final say over “one country, two systems”
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