The Macao government has wrapped up its consultations with the public on national security law amendments. The proposed changes seek to safeguard Macao from non-traditional threats to national security and bolster development, according to high-ranking officials.
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Protecting national security, strengthening government oversight and clarifying the concession system are some of the key proposals.
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