Kevin Yam Kin-fung says that by dressing up political ads as APIs and requiring broadcasters to air them, officials are forcing the broadcasters to break the law. Photo: David Wong Kevin Yam Kin-fung says that by dressing up political ads as APIs and requiring broadcasters to air them, officials are forcing the broadcasters to break the law. Photo: David Wong
Kevin Yam Kin-fung says that by dressing up political ads as APIs and requiring broadcasters to air them, officials are forcing the broadcasters to break the law. Photo: David Wong

Lawyers want Hong Kong government's 'political ads' on reform pulled from radio and TV

Topic |   Universal suffrage in Hong Kong
Kevin Yam Kin-fung says that by dressing up political ads as APIs and requiring broadcasters to air them, officials are forcing the broadcasters to break the law. Photo: David Wong Kevin Yam Kin-fung says that by dressing up political ads as APIs and requiring broadcasters to air them, officials are forcing the broadcasters to break the law. Photo: David Wong
Kevin Yam Kin-fung says that by dressing up political ads as APIs and requiring broadcasters to air them, officials are forcing the broadcasters to break the law. Photo: David Wong
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