This resolution urges the governments of China and Great Britain to adhere to the “one country, two systems” policy the two parties agreed to regarding Hong Kong. It focuses on three aspects of Hong Kong’s status under the agreement: that Hong Kong has a high degree of autonomy; that it will enjoy executive, legislative, and independent judicial power; and the fundamental rights of Hong Kong residents would be protected.
The Chinese and British governments agreed in their Joint Declaration on the Question of Hong Kong that Hong Kong would continue to practice a democratic, capitalist system of government for at least 50 years after being reunified with China. China's perceived interference in Hong Kong's affairs have raised questions over whether the communist regime was abiding by the terms of the "one country, two systems" policy.
As a simple resolution, this legislation wouldn’t advance beyond the House if passed and wouldn’t be carry the force of law.