The space in Tamar was reopened to the public last year, but restrictions meant it could only be used on Sundays and public holidays, and only then with prior approval. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong government to appeal High Court decision removing restrictions on protests outside its headquarters

  • Administration Wing to seek clarity on ‘some important legal principles’
  • Move comes after judge ruled restrictions on use of space were unconstitutional
Topic |   Hong Kong courts

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The space in Tamar was reopened to the public last year, but restrictions meant it could only be used on Sundays and public holidays, and only then with prior approval. Photo: Sam Tsang
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