Lawmaker 'Long Hair' Leung Kwok-hung and Citizens' Radio founder Tsang Kin-shing were yesterday served court summonses for making an unlicensed broadcast four months ago. Last night Citizens' Radio said all 11 people who took part in the broadcast would be summonsed. Staff of the telecommunications watchdog Ofta issued the summonses as the pair solicited donations in Mong Kok for victims of the Sichuan earthquake. Unionist lawmaker Lee Cheuk-yan and The Frontier's Emily Lau Wai-hing said police had told their aides they would receive summonses today for taking part in the broadcast on January 10. The summonses require Tsang of the League of Social Democrats and Leung to appear at Eastern Court on Friday next week. The broadcast breached an injunction barring the unlicensed station from taking to the airwaves. Leung said: 'The government should feel ashamed of prosecuting us as the telecommunications law was judged unconstitutional.' In January, Eastern Court Magistrate Douglas Yau Tak-hong ruled that parts of the Telecommunications Ordinance giving the chief executive 'unfettered and unchecked' power to control who can conduct radio broadcasts in Hong Kong breached freedom-of-speech provisions of the Basic Law and Bill of Rights. But he suspended his ruling at the government's request, meaning the law stands. The government obtained an injunction to force the station off the air while it appeals against Mr Yau's ruling on the law's constitutionality. The appeal will be heard in September. Despite the injunction barring the station from broadcasting, six legislators appeared on the January 10 Citizens' Radio broadcast from a pedestrian zone in Mong Kok. After a three-month silence, the station resumed broadcasting in Mong Kok on April 20 and also broadcast from the piazza at Times Square in Causeway Bay on May 4. The Court of First Instance had given the Department of Justice leave to prosecute participants in the broadcast for contempt of court, but the summonses issued to Tsang and Leung do not include such a charge.