The trial of four Citizens’ Radio activists for unlicensed broadcasting opened in Eastern Court in Sai Wan Ho on Monday.
The government has dropped charges against guest speakers on a pirate radio station, despite pursuing a prosecution for more than five years.
Five prominent pan-democrats yesterday won their appeal against a conviction for speaking on an unlicensed radio station.
Final verdict in Citizens' Radio case
The top court has begun hearing an appeal whether five prominent pan-democrats who were fined for speaking on pirate station Citizens' Radio in 2008 should have been prosecuted.
Five prominent pan-democrats were granted leave to appeal by Hong Kong's highest court against HK$1,000 fines imposed on them for speaking on pirate station Citizens' Radio.
Three lawmakers wore June 4 T-shirts yesterday when they posed with the chief executive for the first group photo session in the new Legislative Council building
Four pan-democratic lawmakers have been granted permission to challenge in the Court of Final Appeal their convictions for broadcasting on an unlicensed radio station.
Six Citizens' Radio activists and a lawmaker have been dealt another blow in their attempt to quash their conviction under the Telecommunications Ordinance.
The 75-year-old Telecommunication Ordinance restricts freedom of speech and should not have been used to convict six Citizens' Radio activists in 2009, the Court of Appeal heard yesterday....