Sai Kung District Council chairman Chung Kam-lun was among 53 people arrested under Hong Kong’s national security law. Photo: May Tse Sai Kung District Council chairman Chung Kam-lun was among 53 people arrested under Hong Kong’s national security law. Photo: May Tse
Sai Kung District Council chairman Chung Kam-lun was among 53 people arrested under Hong Kong’s national security law. Photo: May Tse
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Solid evidence must be presented when handling Hong Kong arrest cases

  • High-profile swoop on 53 opposition members suspected of breaking city’s national security law has caused concern, and officials should ensure matter is dealt with on a firm legal footing

Sai Kung District Council chairman Chung Kam-lun was among 53 people arrested under Hong Kong’s national security law. Photo: May Tse Sai Kung District Council chairman Chung Kam-lun was among 53 people arrested under Hong Kong’s national security law. Photo: May Tse
Sai Kung District Council chairman Chung Kam-lun was among 53 people arrested under Hong Kong’s national security law. Photo: May Tse
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