Yuen Long district councillors at a meeting on January 7. The district saw a chilling attack last July when a rod-wielding mob dressed in white attacked people, leaving before police belatedly arrived. Photo: Winson WongYuen Long district councillors at a meeting on January 7. The district saw a chilling attack last July when a rod-wielding mob dressed in white attacked people, leaving before police belatedly arrived. Photo: Winson Wong
Yuen Long district councillors at a meeting on January 7. The district saw a chilling attack last July when a rod-wielding mob dressed in white attacked people, leaving before police belatedly arrived. Photo: Winson Wong

Letters | Hong Kong protests: three reasons why district councils must unite to create expert panel of investigation

  • A district council probe is likely to be criticised for bias and will have no prosecutorial powers. Far better for the councils to band together to fund an expert-led investigation that can press Legco into setting up an independent commission of inquiry

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Yuen Long district councillors at a meeting on January 7. The district saw a chilling attack last July when a rod-wielding mob dressed in white attacked people, leaving before police belatedly arrived. Photo: Winson WongYuen Long district councillors at a meeting on January 7. The district saw a chilling attack last July when a rod-wielding mob dressed in white attacked people, leaving before police belatedly arrived. Photo: Winson Wong
Yuen Long district councillors at a meeting on January 7. The district saw a chilling attack last July when a rod-wielding mob dressed in white attacked people, leaving before police belatedly arrived. Photo: Winson Wong
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