A protest placard bearing a photo of Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam is displayed on a blockaded street in Central on November 13. The Chinese characters read: “Stop manufacturing chaos, stop killing”. Photo: EPA-EFE

Is there hope for Hong Kong when city’s leader is so out of touch?

Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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A protest placard bearing a photo of Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam is displayed on a blockaded street in Central on November 13. The Chinese characters read: “Stop manufacturing chaos, stop killing”. Photo: EPA-EFE
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Protesters march past the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong on October 11. Photo: AP

Hong Kong protests: city lawyers cannot let rule of law become collateral damage

  • Lawlessness cannot be allowed to become the new normal in a city where the rule of law is a core value. Under the maxim “equality before the law”, no one is above the law, whether the government or the private citizen
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Protesters march past the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong on October 11. Photo: AP
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