Anti-riot police outside of the Prince Edward MTR station as anti-government protesters gather around the station. Photo: Edmond So Anti-riot police outside of the Prince Edward MTR station as anti-government protesters gather around the station. Photo: Edmond So
Anti-riot police outside of the Prince Edward MTR station as anti-government protesters gather around the station. Photo: Edmond So
SCMP Editorial
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Opinion

Editorial by SCMP Editorial

Independent inquiry into Hong Kong protests remains best way to move forward

  • While the chief executive has still not made a convincing case to rule out a judicial inquiry into last year’s protests, the government and senior officers still need to show a sense of urgency, commitment and transparency in implementing the IPCC’s suggestions

Anti-riot police outside of the Prince Edward MTR station as anti-government protesters gather around the station. Photo: Edmond So Anti-riot police outside of the Prince Edward MTR station as anti-government protesters gather around the station. Photo: Edmond So
Anti-riot police outside of the Prince Edward MTR station as anti-government protesters gather around the station. Photo: Edmond So
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