警方上個月尾去信支聯會常委，引用《香港國安法第 43 條實施細則》附表 5，懷疑支聯會為外國政治組織代理人，以此要求提交資料。支聯會表明不是外國代理人，又批評警方在無證據下要求提供大量資料是濫權，表明拒絕配合。
另外，支聯會的常委在收到警方來函前數日決定解散。支聯會今日表示，將於 9 月 25 號召開會員大會，商討及表決是否解散。
Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China, targeted with National Security Law and under mounting pressure from authorities, will vote on official disbandment to end its 32 years of history within this month.
The Alliance confirmed earlier reports that the standing committee had decided to dissolve but only with a slim majority. A general meeting will therefore be convened on 25 September to decide the official disbandment.
In the press conference today, the pro-democracy group also rejected demand from police to supplement information under the Article 43 of the Beijing-imposed National Security Law, saying such act is of “power abuse”.
The National Security Department of the police force required the Alliance to provide information, suspecting the group is a “foreign agent” which they denied.
The Professional Teachers’ Union, another old pro-democracy group, is also set to decide disbanding.