Hong Kong lawmakers join the city’s lawyers in a silent march against the extradition bill, from the Court of Final Appeal to the government headquarters in Admiralty on June 6. Photo: Robert Ng

Public fears over Hong Kong extradition bill are the fault of the government

  • Hong Kong should hold up its independent judiciary as a beacon while it waits for Beijing to learn to tolerate and constructively manage criticism and dissent
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition law

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Hong Kong lawmakers join the city’s lawyers in a silent march against the extradition bill, from the Court of Final Appeal to the government headquarters in Admiralty on June 6. Photo: Robert Ng
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