Senior Counsel Johnny Mok believes the courts, not the administration, should resolve the right-of-abode issue. Photo: Edward Wong Senior Counsel Johnny Mok believes the courts, not the administration, should resolve the right-of-abode issue. Photo: Edward Wong
Senior Counsel Johnny Mok believes the courts, not the administration, should resolve the right-of-abode issue. Photo: Edward Wong

Zero quota on mainland mums in hospitals 'bad for economy'

Preventing mainland mothers from having babies here could harm medical tourism and is not a long-term fix, warns Basic Law expert

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Senior Counsel Johnny Mok believes the courts, not the administration, should resolve the right-of-abode issue. Photo: Edward Wong Senior Counsel Johnny Mok believes the courts, not the administration, should resolve the right-of-abode issue. Photo: Edward Wong
Senior Counsel Johnny Mok believes the courts, not the administration, should resolve the right-of-abode issue. Photo: Edward Wong
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