Police officers raise a flag warning supporters of the 47 pro-democracy activists charged with subversion outside West Kowloon Magistrates’ Courts in Hong Kong on Thursday, March 4. Photo: Felix Wong Police officers raise a flag warning supporters of the 47 pro-democracy activists charged with subversion outside West Kowloon Magistrates’ Courts in Hong Kong on Thursday, March 4. Photo: Felix Wong
Police officers raise a flag warning supporters of the 47 pro-democracy activists charged with subversion outside West Kowloon Magistrates’ Courts in Hong Kong on Thursday, March 4. Photo: Felix Wong
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The high standards expected of the legal system must be met

  • The unprecedented marathon bail hearing of 47 activists charged with subversion has raised questions about the ability of Hong Kong’s legal system to deliver justice efficiently and humanely in such cases

Police officers raise a flag warning supporters of the 47 pro-democracy activists charged with subversion outside West Kowloon Magistrates’ Courts in Hong Kong on Thursday, March 4. Photo: Felix Wong Police officers raise a flag warning supporters of the 47 pro-democracy activists charged with subversion outside West Kowloon Magistrates’ Courts in Hong Kong on Thursday, March 4. Photo: Felix Wong
Police officers raise a flag warning supporters of the 47 pro-democracy activists charged with subversion outside West Kowloon Magistrates’ Courts in Hong Kong on Thursday, March 4. Photo: Felix Wong
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