Judges attend the ceremonial opening of the 2020 legal year in Hong Kong, at City Hall in Central on January 13. Photo: Robert Ng Judges attend the ceremonial opening of the 2020 legal year in Hong Kong, at City Hall in Central on January 13. Photo: Robert Ng
Judges attend the ceremonial opening of the 2020 legal year in Hong Kong, at City Hall in Central on January 13. Photo: Robert Ng

Letters | Hong Kong needs judicial reform to survive and get back on track

  • Beijing wouldn’t have to get Hong Kong in order if the city could take care of itself, instead of being caught up in livelihood-unrelated politics
  • Judicial reform is necessary to counterbalance social disturbances and put the city back on the right track

Topic |   Hong Kong Basic Law
Judges attend the ceremonial opening of the 2020 legal year in Hong Kong, at City Hall in Central on January 13. Photo: Robert Ng Judges attend the ceremonial opening of the 2020 legal year in Hong Kong, at City Hall in Central on January 13. Photo: Robert Ng
Judges attend the ceremonial opening of the 2020 legal year in Hong Kong, at City Hall in Central on January 13. Photo: Robert Ng
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