Ronny Tong says a professional body such as the Bar Association has a responsibility to refrain from using emotive rhetoric. Its recent statement not only falls short of this standard, but also reflects wilful ignorance of the changes in the legal system under ‘one country, two systems’

Hong Kong lawyers can oppose the joint checkpoint plan for the high-speed rail, but they should not deny its legal basis

Ronny Tong says a professional body such as the Bar Association has a responsibility to refrain from using emotive rhetoric. Its recent statement not only falls short of this standard, but also reflects wilful ignorance of the changes in the legal system under ‘one country, two systems’

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Ronny Tong says a professional body such as the Bar Association has a responsibility to refrain from using emotive rhetoric. Its recent statement not only falls short of this standard, but also reflects wilful ignorance of the changes in the legal system under ‘one country, two systems’
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