People hold up candles during the June 4 vigil in Victoria Park in Causeway Bay in 2018. Photo: Nora Tam People hold up candles during the June 4 vigil in Victoria Park in Causeway Bay in 2018. Photo: Nora Tam
People hold up candles during the June 4 vigil in Victoria Park in Causeway Bay in 2018. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong security chief vows ‘swift and efficient’ action against organiser of June 4 vigil over legal row as stand-off escalates

  • Security minister Chris Tang warns authorities will follow up on group’s refusal to hand over records
  • The organisation has filed a judicial review claiming police lack legal grounds to demand the information as the group is not a foreign agent as defined by the security law

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
People hold up candles during the June 4 vigil in Victoria Park in Causeway Bay in 2018. Photo: Nora Tam People hold up candles during the June 4 vigil in Victoria Park in Causeway Bay in 2018. Photo: Nora Tam
People hold up candles during the June 4 vigil in Victoria Park in Causeway Bay in 2018. Photo: Nora Tam
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