New Hong Kong reporting law sparks concerns about Catholic seal of confession

A new law in Hong Kong is raising fears of deteriorating human and religious rights in the special administrative region of China. Under the recently passed legislation — known as Article 23 — members of the clergy could be prosecuted for not reporting “treasonous” acts to the police if they hear subversive words against the government during confession.

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