Shenzhen University law professor Zou Pingxue (left) and Zhang Jian, director of Hong Kong and Macau Studies at the Shanghai Institutes of International Studies, offer their assessment of Hong Kong’s crisis in Beijing on Thursday. Photo: EPA-EFE

Existing Hong Kong law can put end to crisis, Beijing’s legal advisers say

  • The city’s leaders have the legal tools at their disposal to resolve the ‘unrest and restore law and order’
  • Airport Authority’s court injunction an example of what can be done, law professor says
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Shenzhen University law professor Zou Pingxue (left) and Zhang Jian, director of Hong Kong and Macau Studies at the Shanghai Institutes of International Studies, offer their assessment of Hong Kong’s crisis in Beijing on Thursday. Photo: EPA-EFE
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