Members of the Independent Police Complaints Council meet the press in Wan Chai on August 23 to share the results of a fact-finding study on recent events. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Bernard Chan
Opinion

Opinion

Bernard Chan

Let the IPCC do its job of evaluating police conduct during the protests before taking the next step, an independent inquiry included

  • The discontent in Hong Kong clearly runs deep, and the next policy address will include official government responses
  • The IPCC has a role to play too, and should be given a chance before launching a complicated commission of inquiry

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Members of the Independent Police Complaints Council meet the press in Wan Chai on August 23 to share the results of a fact-finding study on recent events. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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