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Catholic leader and opposition lawmaker arrested in Hong Kong for ‘colluding with foreign forces’

The outspoken pro-democracy firebrand Cardinal Joseph Zen Ze-kiun has been arrested by Hong Kong’s national security police for allegedly colluding with foreign forces, the SCMP report.

The Catholic leader was arrested along with former opposition lawmaker Margaret Ng Ngoi-yee and singer Denise Ho Wan-sze, who were three of five trustees of the 612 Humanitarian Relief Fund.

The fund was set up to financially support anti-government protestors in 2019 during the height of the pro-democracy demonstrations, provoking the ire of the authoritarian Chinese Communist Party.

Hong Kong authorities appear to be cleaning house with the 612 fund, as a fourth trustee, former adjunct associate professor Hui Po Keung, was arrested on Tuesday as he tried to board a flight to Germany.

Hui had been…

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