Legal challenges are being made over the absence of identification on the uniforms of some officers handling the anti-government protests. Photo: Sam Tsang Legal challenges are being made over the absence of identification on the uniforms of some officers handling the anti-government protests. Photo: Sam Tsang
Legal challenges are being made over the absence of identification on the uniforms of some officers handling the anti-government protests. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong protests: lawyer Martin Lee blasts government response to legal challenge over police identification during unrest

  • Senior counsel says government has behaved in ‘rotten way’ by failing to share information on decision to end practice of officers displaying identification numbers
  • But government lawyer tells High Court the policy itself is sound and satisfies Hong Kong’s Bill of Rights

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Legal challenges are being made over the absence of identification on the uniforms of some officers handling the anti-government protests. Photo: Sam Tsang Legal challenges are being made over the absence of identification on the uniforms of some officers handling the anti-government protests. Photo: Sam Tsang
Legal challenges are being made over the absence of identification on the uniforms of some officers handling the anti-government protests. Photo: Sam Tsang
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