MTR chairman Frederick Ma said the legislation must be approved before July or trains would not be able to run by the third quarter of 2018 as scheduled. Photo: Felix Wong MTR chairman Frederick Ma said the legislation must be approved before July or trains would not be able to run by the third quarter of 2018 as scheduled. Photo: Felix Wong
MTR chairman Frederick Ma said the legislation must be approved before July or trains would not be able to run by the third quarter of 2018 as scheduled. Photo: Felix Wong

Transport and justice chiefs strike out at criticisms of plan to put Chinese officials in Hong Kong’s high-speed rail terminus

One of biggest fears is plan to enforce mainland laws in parts of station would set precedent and pave way for more such projects but justice secretary Rimsky Yuen argued opponents have put forward no other concrete solutions

Topic |   Hong Kong high-speed rail
MTR chairman Frederick Ma said the legislation must be approved before July or trains would not be able to run by the third quarter of 2018 as scheduled. Photo: Felix Wong MTR chairman Frederick Ma said the legislation must be approved before July or trains would not be able to run by the third quarter of 2018 as scheduled. Photo: Felix Wong
MTR chairman Frederick Ma said the legislation must be approved before July or trains would not be able to run by the third quarter of 2018 as scheduled. Photo: Felix Wong
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