Limiting access to the East Wing Forecourt, also known as Civic Square, of the Central Government Offices in Tamar, has been ruled unconstitutional. Photo: Edward Wong

Government’s decision to limit public’s access to Civic Square was unconstitutional, Hong Kong court rules

  • Mr Justice Thomas Au says scheme infringed public’s rights under Basic Law and Bill of Rights
  • Government urged not to appeal ruling and review how it manages access to forecourt outside its Admiralty headquarters
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Limiting access to the East Wing Forecourt, also known as Civic Square, of the Central Government Offices in Tamar, has been ruled unconstitutional. Photo: Edward Wong
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