Richard Tsoi of Democratic Party leaves Court of Final Appeal after the court ruled that the requirement for social security applicants to have stayed in Hong Kong for seven years is unconstitutional. Photo: Sam Tsang Richard Tsoi of Democratic Party leaves Court of Final Appeal after the court ruled that the requirement for social security applicants to have stayed in Hong Kong for seven years is unconstitutional. Photo: Sam Tsang
Richard Tsoi of Democratic Party leaves Court of Final Appeal after the court ruled that the requirement for social security applicants to have stayed in Hong Kong for seven years is unconstitutional. Photo: Sam Tsang

Letters to the Editor, January 1, 2014

Richard Tsoi of Democratic Party leaves Court of Final Appeal after the court ruled that the requirement for social security applicants to have stayed in Hong Kong for seven years is unconstitutional. Photo: Sam Tsang Richard Tsoi of Democratic Party leaves Court of Final Appeal after the court ruled that the requirement for social security applicants to have stayed in Hong Kong for seven years is unconstitutional. Photo: Sam Tsang
Richard Tsoi of Democratic Party leaves Court of Final Appeal after the court ruled that the requirement for social security applicants to have stayed in Hong Kong for seven years is unconstitutional. Photo: Sam Tsang
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