Hundreds of lawyers dressed in black march in silence to the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong on November 8, 2016. They were protesting against Beijing’s interpretation of Article 104 of the Basic Law, the fifth since the handover. Photo: Reuters

Hong Kong lawmakers should be careful with extradition bill row: lest it trigger a call from Beijing

  • As the government tries to push through its changes to the fugitive transfer law, the stalemate and brawling could well have wider consequences
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition law

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Hundreds of lawyers dressed in black march in silence to the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong on November 8, 2016. They were protesting against Beijing’s interpretation of Article 104 of the Basic Law, the fifth since the handover. Photo: Reuters
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