Geoffrey Ma Tao-li, Chief Justice of the Court of Final Appeal, poses for pictures after his farewell ceremony in Central. Photo: Sam Tsang Geoffrey Ma Tao-li, Chief Justice of the Court of Final Appeal, poses for pictures after his farewell ceremony in Central. Photo: Sam Tsang
Geoffrey Ma Tao-li, Chief Justice of the Court of Final Appeal, poses for pictures after his farewell ceremony in Central. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Chief justice is right to question how best Hong Kong can reform judiciary

  • As the city’s top judge Geoffrey Ma Tao-li departs, his call regarding judicial independence and the rule of law must be heard

Geoffrey Ma Tao-li, Chief Justice of the Court of Final Appeal, poses for pictures after his farewell ceremony in Central. Photo: Sam Tsang Geoffrey Ma Tao-li, Chief Justice of the Court of Final Appeal, poses for pictures after his farewell ceremony in Central. Photo: Sam Tsang
Geoffrey Ma Tao-li, Chief Justice of the Court of Final Appeal, poses for pictures after his farewell ceremony in Central. Photo: Sam Tsang
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