Dennis Kwok

Dennis Kwok is a member of the Civic Party and a legislative councillor for the legal functional constituency.
Dennis Kwok
Dennis Kwok is a member of the Civic Party and a legislative councillor for the legal functional constituency.

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Opinion | Extradition agreement with China would trample on Hongkongers’ human rights and due process

Hong Kong’s existing arrangement for extradition does not apply to the mainland because it has to protect Hongkongers’ rights. We should not be exposed to an opaque, harsh legal system that doesn’t respect human rights and due process.

17 Mar 2019 - 12:11AM

Hong Kong’s existing arrangement for extradition does not apply to the mainland because it has to protect Hongkongers’ rights. We should not be exposed to an opaque, harsh legal system that doesn’t respect human rights and due process.

Extradition agreement with China would trample on Hongkongers’ human rights and due process
Hong Kong’s Palace Museum plan throws out the rulebook to put politics above the people
In defence of Hong Kong's judiciary
Don't waste this chance for real dialogue on political reform in Shanghai

In 2005, the chief executive and members of the Legislative Council went on a two-day tour of the Pearl River Delta, marking the very first time all legislators in Hong Kong were invited to visit the mainland.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:53PM

In 2005, the chief executive and members of the Legislative Council went on a two-day tour of the Pearl River Delta, marking the very first time all legislators in Hong Kong were invited to visit the mainland.

Don't waste this chance for real dialogue on political reform in Shanghai
Screening out popular candidates does not accord with Basic Law intent
Argument against budget airlines won't fly in Hong Kong

Affordable air travel is made possible by low-cost carriers. Yet, they have so far failed to establish themselves in Hong Kong. While low-cost carriers account for 65 per cent of all travel in the Philippines and 61 per cent in Thailand, that figure is less than 10 per cent in mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:53PM

Affordable air travel is made possible by low-cost carriers. Yet, they have so far failed to establish themselves in Hong Kong. While low-cost carriers account for 65 per cent of all travel in the Philippines and 61 per cent in Thailand, that figure is less than 10 per cent in mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong.

Argument against budget airlines won't fly in Hong Kong
Poor let down by lack of access to legal services
To protect China's environment, make its courts independent
Snowden right to put his trust in Hong Kong's fair and open courts
Overworked justice system at risk

Hong Kong's rule of law depends on the quality of our independent judiciary. It is the key contributor to the city's competitiveness and success under "one country, two systems". The lack of adequate resources and support, coupled with the recent spate of judicial vacancies and imminent retirements, has threatened the judiciary, access to justice and the state of our rule of law.

13 Sep 2013 - 2:42AM

Hong Kong's rule of law depends on the quality of our independent judiciary. It is the key contributor to the city's competitiveness and success under "one country, two systems". The lack of adequate resources and support, coupled with the recent spate of judicial vacancies and imminent retirements, has threatened the judiciary, access to justice and the state of our rule of law.

Overworked justice system at risk