Hongkongers march from Causeway Bay to Admiralty in protest against the now-withdrawn extradition bill on June 9, 2019. Photo: Sam TsangHongkongers march from Causeway Bay to Admiralty in protest against the now-withdrawn extradition bill on June 9, 2019. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hongkongers march from Causeway Bay to Admiralty in protest against the now-withdrawn extradition bill on June 9, 2019. Photo: Sam Tsang

Lawyers for Hong Kong’s police watchdog defend its review of the force’s handling of anti-government protests

  • IPCC lawyer says the watchdog’s fact-finding exercise of police handling of protests is ‘totally different’ from what one would expect of an independent investigation
  • The lawyers were responding to a judicial challenge mounted by activist Hendrick Lui, who argued IPCC had no powers to investigate the public order events
Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Hongkongers march from Causeway Bay to Admiralty in protest against the now-withdrawn extradition bill on June 9, 2019. Photo: Sam TsangHongkongers march from Causeway Bay to Admiralty in protest against the now-withdrawn extradition bill on June 9, 2019. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hongkongers march from Causeway Bay to Admiralty in protest against the now-withdrawn extradition bill on June 9, 2019. Photo: Sam Tsang
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