A statue of Justice stands over the entrance to the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong’s Central district. Hong Kong’s rule of law and independent judiciary have made the city an attractive centre of global commerce. Photo: EPA-EFEA statue of Justice stands over the entrance to the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong’s Central district. Hong Kong’s rule of law and independent judiciary have made the city an attractive centre of global commerce. Photo: EPA-EFE
A statue of Justice stands over the entrance to the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong’s Central district. Hong Kong’s rule of law and independent judiciary have made the city an attractive centre of global commerce. Photo: EPA-EFE

Letters | Hong Kong courts must not become a weapon of state power

Topic |   Hong Kong Basic Law
A statue of Justice stands over the entrance to the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong’s Central district. Hong Kong’s rule of law and independent judiciary have made the city an attractive centre of global commerce. Photo: EPA-EFEA statue of Justice stands over the entrance to the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong’s Central district. Hong Kong’s rule of law and independent judiciary have made the city an attractive centre of global commerce. Photo: EPA-EFE
A statue of Justice stands over the entrance to the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong’s Central district. Hong Kong’s rule of law and independent judiciary have made the city an attractive centre of global commerce. Photo: EPA-EFE
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