People Power chairman Raymond Chan received court approval last month to proceed with his criminal complaint. Photo: Dickson LeePeople Power chairman Raymond Chan received court approval last month to proceed with his criminal complaint. Photo: Dickson Lee
People Power chairman Raymond Chan received court approval last month to proceed with his criminal complaint. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong justice department may intervene in private prosecution launched by lawmaker accusing rival of assault

  • People Power chairman Raymond Chan has launched criminal proceedings against pro-Beijing lawmaker Kwok Wai-keung stemming from May 8 meeting
  • Department is looking into the case, and magistrate gives Kwok until after legislative elections to enter plea

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
People Power chairman Raymond Chan received court approval last month to proceed with his criminal complaint. Photo: Dickson LeePeople Power chairman Raymond Chan received court approval last month to proceed with his criminal complaint. Photo: Dickson Lee
People Power chairman Raymond Chan received court approval last month to proceed with his criminal complaint. Photo: Dickson Lee
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